Blackcat Riffs: Roscoe’s Rules

I have officially received my new laptop and you know what that means (besides the fact that I’m back in school again.) That means I am back to making videos. And the first video I have uploaded to YouTube today is my creepy toy bear riff that I originally posted to Blip last year but since I am starting over on YouTube again I figure I’d start with that one.

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Basic Photography Projects

And I figure for today I am going to do another photo blog this time showcasing my projects from my Basic Photography class where I used cameras that produced black and white pictures. Even though I have these photos on my Facebook photo page as well as on my Behance portfolio that I made last semester for my Communication Arts Portfolio, I figure I’d add them here as well. However if you want to check out that particular section of my portfolio, here is the link:

  • https://www.behance.net/gallery/15697777/Basic-Photography-Portfolio
  • So anyway, here you go and enjoy. Hard to believe that my last year at Herkimer College is about to begin next week. 🙂

    A controlled blur shot of a seagull flying on campus.

    A controlled blur shot of a seagull flying on campus.

    An action composition shot of a creek over by the Herkimer High School.

    An action composition shot of a creek over by the Herkimer High School.

    A shadow composition shot of a fence I shot in town.

    A shadow composition shot of a fence I shot in town.

    A night shot that I took at work.

    A night shot that I took at work.

    A shot of the old Herkimer County Courthouse.

    A shot of the old Herkimer County Courthouse.

    A portrait shot.

    A portrait shot.

    Mama Cat Watches YouTube

    Today’s Throwback Thursday video is from 2008 and it is the follow-up video to the Cat in the Ceiling video I did with a cat we had at the time named Mama Cat (she had since died) where she is sitting in the chair watching herself on YouTube as well as the famous Two Talking Cats video.

    A Walk on the Erie Canal Trail

    In today’s Throwback Thursday video from 2010, I offer a video about the first time I went out for a walk on the Erie Canal Trail that runs from the old Fort Herkimer Church all the way to the Movac Ambulance headquarters near the Thruway entrance in Mohawk..

    The music in the video was provided by the late Nathan Wills: http://youtube.com/paradigma