Several years ago, when thinking about what my next step in my business would be, I knew I needed a stronger online presence. This includes a rebranded, professionally done website, the launching of a brand-new online product website, the creation of online videos and some new pics.
Rhonda mentioned she wanted to add a “high fashion” edge to these pics. The above required an interesting pose. It’s a good thing I do yoga!
This was taken from a distance. When I look at these, I can’t help but notice the personality and the nuances of the old Cotton Mill.
I’m not sure what to call this one. I really wasn’t angry. But, I do love the black and white.
When I received this one, Rhonda mentioned it might be her favorite. I feel like when my book comes out, it would belong next to the author’s blurb. I love the patina of the equipment in the background.
This one captures the oldness and uniqueness of the building. Again, the layers are intriguing. From the tux, to the equipment, to the interior brick.
The above might be my favorite. This was also a dangerous area. Part of the room had no floor, with only a makeshift catwalk to get across. Again, the equipment, the junk in the back and the windows really pop in black and white.
This might also rank as a favorite, too. It reminds me of an old private investigator movie. My dad suggested it looks like a “high-dollar cologne ad…like Stetson.” 🙂
O.K., change of clothes and I was forced to smile.
The light plowing through the windows is interesting in the above pic. We’ll call this “Buddha.”
When I first saw this one, it appeared like I was in 3-D. Or floating.
With the massive size of the room, I love how this pic captures all of the interesting layers of this space.