Monthly Archives: February 2011

Let The Sun Shine In

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had just about all I can take of the gloomy winter weather.  So, you can imagine how excited I was to have had the good fortune to take a day off from work to hit some new urbex sites, but to have some decent weather as well.  Not […]

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The elephant in the room

I’ve got A LOT of HDR brackets that I’ve never taken the time to process, many of them because I believed, at the time I took them, that I did not yet have the skills to post-process them in a way that would allow my vision to emerge.  Back when I shot this one, back […]

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Light will Shine

Not much to say today; sorry.  And to top that off, this picture is… Well, I won’t say what I think of it, but it IS a chair (and it’s even shot with my 50mm 1.4 lens), and I’ve not posted one (a chair shot, that is) for quite some time.  But don’t worry, ’cause […]

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Mama, I’m comin’ home…

Well, friends!  It’s Valentine’s Day, so today’s post had to be special.  I think by now most of you who follow my posts know that I’ve been, for some time now, part of an HDR collaboration with some of the coolest HDR cats out there, like Jim Denham, Rob Hanson, Bob Lussier, and Brian Matiash.  […]

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Cold Shot

So I processed this one to Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Cold Shot, and I was done with it before I’d listened to the song even once.  Seriously, I’m not kiddin’!  How is that possible, some may ask.  It’s possible because I shot this scene with the full intention of exposing this for the barn, and nothing […]

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