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Month: October 2013

Imperfect Yellow

Imperfect Yellow

I have sat on this and figured why not.  It’s not a perfect image but after the day I had as I edit this in the wee hours of the morning with still several more hours of work still left to do because of a an imperfection.  I thought, why not show off that not everything that isn’t perfect is horrible.  So enjoy imperfect yellow. For those of you that are photo gear nuts.  This is straight out of the…

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Down the Exit

Down the Exit

I have been playing with shadows and light incase you haven’t figured out what is going on with some of the images.  I admittedly haven’t shot much “street” style shots lately but this one was an opportunity too good to pass up and I liked how it goes from the dark to the light in the image and give it a sense of depth that really isn’t there.  The Fuji again was in sue to snap this picture.

Fall Lights

Fall Lights

I had a request for some fall colors from someone in sunny and dare I say warm Florida.  I saw this lam and I liked the leaves around it against the blue sky and the green plant thingies on the wall behind it.  I will say now that this is straight out of the Fuji X100S with nothing but some clarity and sharpness added for my tastes and some contrast.  Meaning, that sky was that blue without me manipulating it…

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Celtic Cross

Celtic Cross

This is a cross at the church I shot a wedding at.  The church happened to own the land that the National Cathedral was built on and the cross commemorates this.  I like the celtic styling at the top so I snapped a quick picture with it on the Fuji and then played with some presets that I recently came across to give it the warmer tone and I’m happy with it.

As the Lights Go Down in the City

As the Lights Go Down in the City

Points if you get the soft rock classic reference there!  What can I say, I was bored when I shot this.  I was stuck at work waiting for someone to finish an email so I killed time by wandering to the various windows that look out and figured why not and shoved the lens hood up against the window as hard as I could and locked my arms.  Not bad for a human tripod.

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