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Month: March 2013

Hard Rock

Hard Rock

For the record thats a Paul Reed Smith guitar.  You can tell by the neck on it.  Ironic since all Paul Reed Smith’s are made in Maryland and this is the Hard Rock Cafe on the inner harbor.  It also marks the end of the Canon 400D and Tamron 18-200 phase as most of the images are awful as the camera struggled along with the lens.

Shadows and Water Drops

Shadows and Water Drops

I saw this plant and knew it was going be in black and white instantly because I wanted to shadow the leaves.  The water drops aren’t from rain but the window washers that were cleaning the outside windows.  The other unique thing about this picture is that I shot this on the venerable Canon 400D with the even more ancient Tamron 18-200.  I have been in a shooting funk with all my high end gear and wanted to prove to…

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He has Character

He has Character

Limited shooting opportunities as I was working a conference last week and didn’t have access to my normal editing system that I prefer to work off of.  I shot this guy as he was coming down the escalator with my nifty Olympus 75mm 1.8.  Haven’t held a camera with that big of a lens on it and the distance I was shooting the poor light made it tough.  While not perfect I like how the guy looked.  He asked me…

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Work Shed

Work Shed

I’m guessing this is a work shed I have no real idea to be honest.  It was old and dilapidated and falling into ruin at the edge of a field in West Virginia.  I stopped the car and jumped out and shot it. *Warning – Photo Nerd Speak Commencing* Since I have been bored with editing and playing around I went wild again with this one.  The first thing I did was punch the clarity in Lightroom and gave it some…

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Feeding Time

Feeding Time

Old image that I had and shot a while back.  My editing skills weren’t as good back then so I tweaked it and ran it through Color Efex and forgot the settings I used but they were under nature.  Did a massive crop to get the bird in focus then turned on the 1×1 crop to make it look a bit cleaner.  The final edit was a frame added.  I admit to being inspired by Bella Remy Photography to do…

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