Tag Archives: Fisheye

Rumblin’ down the track…

Had a little time to hit the road today in search of some new and interesting brackets.  Man, was that fun!  Totally care free, with no particular photographic subject.  Just out and about enjoying the great weather, and keeping my eyes peeled for something cool.  On one of the many back-roads I explored, I happened […]

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They don’t swim here anymore…

Today, a little something different.  That is, I’ve decided to infuse a little more creative license into my work (beyond merely HDR), and I’ve decided to address some questions from folks who posed HDR, URBEX and general photography related questions.  So, first, today’s “pretty” picture, and below that, responses to a few questions from you […]

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Remains of the Day

I had actually intended to post another image today, but chose to post-process and upload this one instead, following a great question I received on Twitter today.  The, in short:  When shooting HDR brackets in low light environments, would I rather open the aperture more, or would I rather increase the ISO, if trying to […]

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Everything but the kitchen sink!!

I don’t know about you all, but I have WAY TOO MUCH camera gear! Ask my wife if you don’t believe me!  And, sometimes, I think it really weighs me down, not just in terms of the weight I lug around with me to an URBEX shoot, but also creatively.  Far too often, I often […]

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Baron Rudolf von Reindeer

In keeping with the Christmas and Holiday Season, you’re likely to see a lot of photographs from me, throughout the month of December, with a Holiday theme, though with my special fotofreqy twist.  And so, today, I give you Baron Rudolf von Reindeer, ’cause if Old St. Nick needs to get around town quickly, and […]

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