November 28, 2011
Nothing profound to say about this one; I just snapped it while standing around waiting for the Salvation Army thrift store to open in downtown Prescott. I found the textures and lines interesting enough to make an exposure.
Jessi and I spent Thanksgiving in Prescott with her Dad this year. Prescott calls itself “America’s Christmas City” and, sure enough, by Thanksgiving day the town square was already decked out with christmas lights and decorations. I wasn’t able to get a shot of everything lit up at night but some of the tree lights […]
November 9, 2011
Here’s an experiment I’ve wanted to try for awhile now. This technique is known as “panography.” Basically I went downtown and snapped 20 photos from the same vantage point and then overlapped them in Photoshop to make a photomontage with a wider field of view than any of my lenses are capable of. Of course […]
November 6, 2011
Yet another shot from my Saturday morning walk. I love the texture of this billboard – it had a fresh banner on it a few days prior but the nasty windstorm we had tore it right off. You can still see some of the strings hanging down on the bottom right side attached to the […]
November 5, 2011
I got up this morning and took my camera out for a walk around 6:30 am. This was taken on the train tracks that run parallel to Grand Avenue around 111th. I am very pleased with the exposure on this one; the value is very well balanced without the shadows or highlights being too harsh. […]
October 25, 2011
Not much to say today, just sharing a photograph I took in the desert this weekend. Went out to get some target practice in with my rifles and did some shooting with the camera too. I’ve decided to work exclusively in black and white for awhile.