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    Douglas Wade
    Douglas Wade
    Douglas Wade

    Douglas Wade

    I am a retired software engineer and in those secret moments a photographer and designer. Follow me here and on FB/instagram/twitter/flickr/G+: douglaspaulwade

    What a creative approach to lettering. Messes with the eyes a bit, but primarily succeeds at being eye-catching and worth a second look. Notice how some lettering appears in negative space, but not all of it. When you look a second time, some of those letters suddenly reverse into positive space.

    Christmas Tea Trees | Thirsty for Tea

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    clown, Photography, Pinup Suzey Johnson - douglaspaulwade.c... Suzey Johnson is a friend that helped me when I had an event’s Makeup and Hair person cancelled at the last moment, she called many folks to help and tried to save the day. No one was able to help, so she did the work. She brought hats and other accessories and saved the event. The clown set is our chance to shoot together, one on one. We did this shoot prior to Halloween

    Photography Kathleen Blacklock - douglaspaulwade.c... A few images of my friend and fellow photographer. You can see some of her work here on Facebook. #Photography

    Typography Alphabetica | Type Patterns ... follow us @

    "type", "typography", "font" - textural. I bet this would be an awesome font to use for a tattoo but incredibly hard!

    Day of the Dead, Little Red Ridding Hood Images of My Daughter Hannah - douglaspaulwade.c... This is a few images of my daughter Hannah. The image of Day of the Dead, Makeup Artist was Andrea Rangel. Little Red Ridding Hood, makeup by Hannah. Costume from Daisy’s in Lancaster. The wolf mask is real wolf fur. It is illegal to own in California, so I had to rent it for one week. Sunset image is a nice image out on Lancas

    ❦ cowboycouture: "Gallop", by Jim Krantz

    Jill Freedman (3 solos) No Dogs Allowed, NY 1973 vintage gelatin silver print 11 x 14 inches signed in pencil on verso

    Jill Freedman (3 solos) Courteous Canine, New York City 1986 vintage gelatin silver print 14 x 11 inches signed in pencil on verso

    Jill Freedman (3 solos), Circus Days, vintage gelatin silver print, 1971

    Jessica Bruah, Stories 2, #14, 2003

    I love this non-digital photomontage created by Jerry Uelsmann.

    Jerry Uelsmann‘The Mind’s Eye: 50 years of Photography’Peabody Essex Museum, Salem11.2.2012 - 15.7.2012 Surreal, funny and provocative, Jerry Uelsmann’s photographs are icons of American photo history. His most famous technique — seamlessly fabricating photographs from unrelated negatives to create imaginary scenes — cemented his standing as a leading light of non-literal photography. The exhibition combines Uelsmann’s most celebrated works with many nev

    Jerry N. Uelsmann: An American photographer, and was the forerunner of photomontage in the 20th century in America.

    © Jerome Liebling, 1981, Man Reading Newspaper, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn

    James Ware Pitts: Flowers Five Ranunculus Flowers and Buds Platinum/Palladium Print

    “A group of firemen had raised a flag in the midst of the ruins. It was an expression of defiance, of being unbowed, a tribute to their fallen comrades.”

    This is a photograph taken by James Nachtwey, in this photo is a soldier holding something in his arms it looks sort of like a dead corpse or it could be worn weaponry.