Original Sin

Adam and Eve painting in drawing stage
Adam and Eve painting in drawing stage

Funny how my eye doesn’t pick up the color shift but the camera does. I feel as though I’m flooding the work area with incandescent light but the daylight from the southern exposure window to the left brings shifts the temperature.

I watched these two in person. She was pacing with her phone and he was talking to someone else on his device, using the free library wifi. She was strung out. He looked like he could give a shit. Next thing you know their mugshots were in the news. Today I surrounded them with garden foliage. I’m doing them as Adam and Eve and hope to begin painting tomorrow.

"Badlands" by Margaret Explosion. Recorded live at the Little Theatre Café on 11.08.17. Peggi Fournier - sax, Ken Frank - bass, Phil Marshall - guitar, Paul Dodd - drums.
“Badlands” by Margaret Explosion. Recorded live at the Little Theatre Café on 11.08.17. Peggi Fournier – sax, Ken Frank – bass, Phil Marshall – guitar, Paul Dodd – drums.

Margaret Explosion – Badlands

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  1. your eye adjusts and compensates for color shifts, the camera doesnt. But its interesting that the eye can’t see shifts in color temperature of less than 15 degrees. Hence – the needed invention of vectorscopes and hazeltines.

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