Tag Archives: Nikkor 16mm f/2.8 Fisheye

Only the penitent man shall pass…

I spent the other day roaming the back roads between Berlin and Dresden and, believe it or not, I shot only two sets of brackets the whole trip.  And you know what? It felt great to just enjoy the scenery for once.  I need to do that more often; quite liberating, I must admit. Here […]

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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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Something fishy this way comes

So last night I was working on the photograph for today’s post, while chilin’ to some ambient tunes on one of my favorite streaming Radio Stations, 12XII:IIX12 Relaxation 24/7, on iTunes Radio.  When I was done with my post processing, I reached out to my good friend Bob Lussier to see if he thought the […]

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Above all

This chapel, upon the hallowed grounds of the American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer, France, above the beaches of Omaha, was one of the most beautiful chapels I had ever seen.  Because it was a very small space, and because of the circular architecture, I chose my fisheye lens to photograph it.

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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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