Remember that bad-ass pic of The Woodshed under a sky so wondrously ominous, you thought it might eat you like a delicious brisket? Well, it's by Fort Worth art director Jonathan Rice, who processes most of his photos with HDR because "it’s the way I remember a scene; it’s embellished, just like our memories". After you get Barbara Streisand's "The Way We Were" out of your head, check out these portfolio selections:
Bait and Tackle: Taking care to enhance the depth of the water and sky, Rice snapped this while on a company picnic at Rough Creek Lodge, "a nice place to escape", unless you're Kurt Russell, in which case you're just bummed out you can't see the view through your eye patch.
Texas House of Representatives: He picked this spot specifically because he knew how he'd process it later, then proceeded to wait interminably for the space to be devoid of people. Where's an SMU home-game crowd when you need one?
Disneyland Monorail Model: For this classic Simpsons plot-line he used a technique called "light painting", shining a small pin beam to highlight appealing aspects, much like you do with your misty water-colored memories, of the way you were.