Good day fellow bloggers and friends, I hope this post finds everyone well, happy, healthy and safe.
Its been a while since my last posts, especially photography since I have been overwhelmed with studio work producing bands and artists and composing music for film and an array of multi media, but Most of all, my children and family, but I’ve finally snapped some shots of flowers in my neighborhood. This season there wasn’t much to photograph, perhaps climate change had an impact of less blooms than that of last year, but I was surprised not see the usual blooms I am used to seeing throughout my community. Saddening if it is in fact due to climate change, and that is something I believe in unlike much of our government, but there are scientific facts that prove otherwise. As far as music goes, I am finally complete with recording and producing this new album by the metal band Stories of Solitude: http://www.Reverbnation.com/StoriesofSolitudeBand and now going into the mixing phase that is always a daunting task, then on to mastering, packaging and distribution of the album. For you metal heads, you will love it, for those not into metal, there are plenty of beautiful songs, ballads and acoustic versions of songs that will appeal to anyone’s ears. I will keep you all updated on the progress as I move forward.
Now, for my this years Flowers Photography. I snapped some beautiful shots, some look like they were shot in the dead of darkness, but all shots we taken in bright full sun daylight. Thanks to the incredible operating system and settings on my Canon 5D mkIII, this camera is so outstanding that I can’t believe I took the shots and I am not a pro by any means. Furthermore, it bothers me that you all may not see the quality of the photos the same way as I do as I have high quality expensive HD Graphics Cards in my systems and 32″ HD Monitors. Even when I view the photos on my HP laptop, they appear dull and nearly not enough life in them and seemingly don’t have the same quality as viewed on my main workstations. Thus, I hope you all see the very same beauty in them as I do…so, here are a few for starters, enjoy and as always, I love comments, not for an ego boost, but just to receive comments is a blessing. Thanks all, and many, many blessings. Michael.
Michael Red Crow Mulholland Photography © 2014 ~ Sector 7 Studio Productions ~ Ascap