Tag Archives: landscape

Bridging the Gap

I have, ever since Dji introduced it’s first unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) (aka drone), imagined what I might be able to do, creatively, with this incredible tool. I had looked at one drone after another, always holding out for something smaller that still ensured optimum quality in the images and video. I almost ended up […]

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The Countryside

I really don’t spend enough time shooting landscapes, instead preferring URBEX or street photography. It’s not that I don’t enjoy landscapes, because I do. I just don’t do enough of it. I really need to do more because I do love the incredible beauty one encounters while exploring the outdoors. Look for more of that […]

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The Wooden Stairs to Nowhere

I’m not entirely sure why this is the case, but I find myself, more often than not, failing to post-process my HDR brackets as promptly and as quickly as I should.  Typically, I’ll end up only working on a few sets of many hundred sets I may have harvested on a particular trip.  It’s always […]

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Around the Bend

Here’s a shot from Horseshoe Bend, a mere few miles outside of Page, Arizona.  We ended up spending a second night in Page to make sure we had a chance to see Horseshoe Bend, hike through Antelope Canyon, and swim in Lake Powell.  If you are into the outdoors, you have got to visit Page.

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War of the Worlds

Man, oh man!  The last few days have been jam packed with activity.  First day of the road trip had included San Francisco and Berkeley; next day was Yosemite National Park and Mono Lake; third day was all  Death Valley, all day, and it was glorious!  Today, the fourth day, had us heading out of […]

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