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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Unless I surprise myself, this will close out my little potato photo project. For background on it read here. I came up with the idea for this image almost immediately.  I knew I had the BB-8 toy, thought about ways to incorporate it, and very quickly realized that a pair of properly sized red potatoes could work […]

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For background on my little potato project read here. When I was brainstorming ideas for this, I thought about doing an image with a fully or partially peeled potato with the peel in the image.  Then I remembered we have this Funko Pop of Alison Hendrix from Orphan Black, and well, the whole thing came […]

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I hope you’ll let me indulge in a bit of silliness and fun.  Last week a story made the rounds about the photograph of a potato that sold for more than $1 million.  I find it, in turns, cool, ridiculous, inspiring, and bemusing. So I suggested to a group of my photographer friends that we […]

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The big storm hit and dumped a bit over two feet of snow in just over 24 hours. I went out twice on Saturday while it was still snowing to get ahead of the shoveling. I’m not sure it made a difference in some areas. But I also grabbed this shot of recent addition Chewbacca […]

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I took this early last summer about 7 months ago. I wasn’t sure how much I liked it at the time, and promptly forgot it.  I went poking around my catalog this morning, saw it, and the window patterns and colors caught my eye the same way they did when I took the photo. This […]

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The We35 2015 Team Expedition experiment has come to a close with the coming of 2016.  I have really enjoyed my time on this project.  The assignment for December was to shoot anything you want, but hopefully to demonstrate some growth you achieved as a result of the project. One thing I have been working […]

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The title is not meant to convey boredom with the repetition of the subject, but my inability to keep creating new titles for variations on a theme. I remember how we found this house. We had already trekked out pre-dawn to shoot the sunrise from Steptoe Butte, then we visited a different set of abandoned farm […]

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I think I actually timed this visit to Central Park a bit too early for peak fall foliage. I believe it was at its height 1-2 weeks after this visit of mine last October.  Still, it was a pretty stunning morning and I was well pleased with the images I captured. This is the Central Park […]

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My hopes for a cloudy dawn were dashed, but I still grabbed a couple of decent images. Because the sky never really develeoped into what I hoped, this shot from the last moments of the night is probably the best from this outing. Gantry Plaza State Park in the Long Island City section of Queens […]

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EDIT 6/5/17: “Film Styles for Capture One” has rebranded to 1Styles.pro. I have changed the links but otherwise the review is as originally presented. Photographers love to discuss gear, software, and other tools. Whenever Capture One Pro comes up for discussion, invariably someone will say it is a very tempting piece of software, but s/he cannot […]

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