Iron Age Rust

by Keith Moul Issue: Spring 2019

I like to drive around and stop at anything interesting. If there is space at the side of the road, I'll stop (and sometimes on an isolated road in its middle). I process the shot in Photoshop, without ever changing the content, but only to sharpen, contrast and provide maximum saturation (to my eye) depending on subject.



Keith Moul

Keith Moul is a poet of place, a photographer of the distinction light adds to place. Both his poems and photos are published widely. His photos are digital, striving for high contrast and saturation, which makes his vision colorful.