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I Starve for You Oct. 3rd, 2009 @ 08:29 pm

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

My first ever movie, if you can really call it that.

I fucked up my relationship with the best girlfriend ever. I was so afraid of being hurt. I can’t believe all the hurt I’ve put her though because of my fear. I love her so much. I just want to be part of her life. Danielle, I’m starving to be a part of your life again.

I Starve for You from John Wayne Hill on Vimeo.


Danielle Mar. 13th, 2009 @ 10:14 pm

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

She’s a model girlfriend. I’m in love with her. Very much.

The Fling

The Fling

High Fashion

Danielle - High Fashion

Black and White

Danielle - Black and White

Also, sorry for not updating for the longest time. I could make up excuses, but there are none. In truth, I’m not sure what to do with this blog anymore. I’m trying to re-brand myself as a photographer and I’m about to enter into graduate school. Everything is up in the air. If you have any ideas on what I should do with this blog, and it’s incredibly popular and highly ranked posts like Depression and Randomly Crying, please let me know in the comments.


Screaming Nov. 21st, 2008 @ 06:17 pm

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

Sometimes you just feel like screaming. It’s near the end of the semester and things are really hectic for me. I have too many projects, too many readings, and too much photography to do. I rarely have time for anything personal. I’m ok with all of this most of the time, but sometimes I get a little stressed or frustrated.

At a team meeting just last night we took two screaming breaks, back to back. We counted off to three and just screamed our heads off. We didn’t care who heard us or what they might say. We just screamed. We all felt much, much better afterward. Later, I went home and continued my screaming for just a bit.

I’m not saying that everything isn’t going well, because it is. I’m just saying that things get crazy sometimes, and everyone gets frustrated. Screaming helps.

Screaming 1

screaming 1

Screaming 2

Screaming 2

November 20, 2008 : The Screaming Jump


Fall is Falling Nov. 13th, 2008 @ 11:27 pm

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

November 07, 2008 : Fall Color

November 07, 2008 : Fall Color

November 06, 2008 : Half Dead

November 06, 2008 : Half Dead


States of Me Oct. 16th, 2008 @ 12:20 pm

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

Here are some recent self portraits. I really like the last one (Frustrated Photographer).
I’m always, always looking for critique, so please leave a comment or twelve.

IU Sports Fan

October 14, 2008 : I’m Just a Book on the Shelf


October 15, 2008 : The Frustrated Photographer

Other entries
» Self Portraits

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

I know, I know. How many damn self portraits can one man do. Well … a lot. In fact, a ton.

So, here for your extreme enjoyment are some recent self portraits.

Enjoy.

September 27, 2008 : Madness

Macro Eye

September 29, 2008 : Guitarist

October 01, 2008 : Coming for You

Tell me what you think. I enjoy a good critique, even the critical parts.


» Boxy Head Outtakes

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

For some odd reason I thought it would be cool to put a box on my head and take a photograph. It then became extremely addicting. Enough so that I’ve actually decided to turn this concept into a photo series. You can view the series on my flickr page. This will be an ongoing series in which I will photograph myself, as well as other models, in normal situations with boxes on our heads. I may even get a big group of people for a couple of shots. That would require lots of boxes, but I think it would be fun. What do you think?

Anyway, as is the usual style, here are the outtakes. These are from one particular sitting, the last image was chosen for my Picture A Day, which you should be following.

Boxy Head - Guitar Outtake

Boxy Head - Dancing Outtake

Boxy Head - iPod Outtake

September 13, 2008 - Boxy Head 3


» The Finding of the Forbidden Treasure

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

Here are some outtakes from a shot for a flickr group (Mission24) on the topic “forbidden”. I decided to go with a forbidden treasure root. The real reason here is that I have really wanted to try using an object to block a flash that would output directly on me while being hidden from the camera. I was hoping to achieve the effect of glowing treasure. These images are basically straight from the camera with the only editing being some light adjustments. I could have done added more ‘pirate’ features to the photograph in photoshop, but I decided to keep them as is. Enjoy.

Forbidden Treasure Setup

Forbidden Treasure Outtake

September 03, 2008 : The Finding of the Forbidden Treasure


» Self Portrait Outtakes

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

Some recent shots that just didn’t make the cut. These are from a couple of different photo shoots.
The last image in this set actually did make the cut, so I guess I’m a liar.

Jumping Portrait

Window Portrait

Self Assassination

August 24, 2008 : This One’s for the Winter


» Sunset Fashion

Originally published at The Glass People. You can comment here or there.

Yesterday I was set on doing some ‘fashion’ photography with a sunset background. I had no model except for good ole reliable me. So, it was set to be a self portrait sunset fashion photo shoot.

About an hour and 15 minutes before sunset I went out to scout a location. It took a little while, but I eventually found a nice little road with some (wheat?) fields and some nice background. The sun was beginging to set as I got my equipment in place. Below are some setup shots and outtakes from the shoot.

View the final version.

The Setup

Sunglasses Outtake

Sunset fashion self portrait with sunglasses

Front Shot Outtake

Front shot outake from the sunset fashion shot

View the final version.


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