She says, it helps with the lights out...
In the last week I have posted the first two sets from London. I've gone through over half of all the pictures so far but I think there are still some really good ones left to show. It takes me about 30 minutes to an hour to go through each set and crop and adjust the pictures exactly like I want them. I think its worth the effort because it really makes all the pictures better as a whole when you cut out the ones that aren't as spectacular or more mundane. Also, cropping in just the right manner can greatly improve a photograph.
I had started a space on my webserver for my sister Libby's domain where she is going to display pictures and information about her art work. I finally got up a good set up photos I took of her sculptures awhile back. Right now its just the one photo set but are still deciding on the layout for the site. At least you can get a good look at some of her sculptures. I went through my same exhaustive photo editing process with this set and I like the way it turned out. It will be nice to get more sets up there to show what is becoming a respectable body of work.
Well, today is the big day. Interpol's sophomore album Antics drops in the US today. I will be going to pick it up probably at lunch time today. I am very excited about the follow up to what is up on my list as one of the greatest albums ever. I have just seen the video to Slow Hands for the first time a few days ago and it was promising. It was a slightly different sound but still good. I am anxious to see if Antics can live up to the greatness of Turn on the Bright Lights.