Monthly Archives: May 2011

Come Downstairs and Say Hello: A Collaboration

  What?  Is it my turn again to host the HDR Collaborations?  Sweet, ’cause I’ve been waiting to share some really cool brackets with the likes of an amazing cabal of photographers many of you may know, like Jim Denham, Mark Garbowski, Mike Criswell (aka Theaterwiz), Rob Hanson, Bob Lussier, and… oh yeah, me!  Anyway, […]

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Looks like we made it!

Today’s post is simple and straight to the point.  To my wonderful wife, who really does have the patience of Job, thank you for 20 years of a wonderfully adventurous marriage.  Happy Anniversary, baby!

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The City of Water

I know I said the other day that I love Paris, and I do, but a REALLY love Venice!  Who doesn’t?  And of all the photographs I shot there, this is probably my favorite.  The first time I post-processed this, quite some time ago, I had been pretty heavy handed with the saturation.  I think […]

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Let them eat… sushi!!

Anyone want to wager a guess where I shot this photograph?  Tokyo?  Nope.  Las Vegas? Wrong again.  I photographed Miss Ko (that’s her name) at the Palace of Versailles in France, of all places, where the Japanese artist Takashi Murakami had filled 15 rooms of the Palace with his first major retrospective in France.  The […]

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The Blue Portal to the Within

I’ve seen this unique church entrance just about every day for the last two years, and I keep promising myself that I will photograph it.  It was not until today, as I was returning from an awesome full day of Urban Exploration (URBEX) with Luis dos Santos, a Berlin-based URBEX photographer extraordinaire, that I finally […]

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