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Little Restaurant On A Back Soi

Little Restaurant On A Back Soi

If you haven’t figured out I live in Thailand; surprise! I live in Thailand. With most crap shut down due to some virus that’s going around like cooties leaves me nothing but time. Not that I did a lot before. However, napping, watching TV and reading is hard work along with socializing with friends and keeping the San Miguel Brewery in the black financially. I still do the napping, TV watching and reading but the socializing seems to have diminished…

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Tower Life Building

Tower Life Building

Shot this while I was out in San Antonio one night. Just had by Sony RX100III with me and handheld at that. Still turned out decent even at ISO 2000. When I travel about I tend to carry some camera on me. While I will use my phone it’s not something I prefer. Phone photography is nice but when you want a better shot a bigger camera is going to do better. This is just a limitation of a cell…

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Navarro St.

Navarro St.

This was taken in San Antonio a few years ago. Me and a friend took the river boat tour. More like canal tour as the water isn’t deep at all. We mainly went for something to do and they let us drink on the boat. Not the world’s biggest fan of San Antonio, Texas. Never really had a great time there. Unlike Ozzy Osbourne I was never arrested for indecent exposure in front of the Alamo. I don’t tend to…

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Hotel St. Francis

Hotel St. Francis

This is one of those images I should not publish but I just like it. I shot this a while back while I was roaming the streets of Tijuana, Mexico. Just walking around with my Sony RX100iii and taking pictures of interesting things. What interested me about this was the light and how it played across the building. What was causing it was a building under construction/deconstruction (hard to tell in Latin America at times) about a block away. The morning…

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Architectural Travels – Part 4

Architectural Travels – Part 4

Final installment on the Architectural Travels. These are all from Panama City, Panama as it turns out. Didn’t plan it that way but it is how it worked out. All these images except for one were shot on my Nikon D810. The one that wasn’t was shot on my Sony RX100III. When I went to edit these some just felt better in monochrome so I did the conversion using Tonality. I have come to prefer that over Silver Efex because you…

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Architectural Travels – Part 2

Architectural Travels – Part 2

I indicated in part 1 of this series that I was going to go through and clear out all my architectural photos I have taken over my travels. I return with part 2 which I am calling reflections. These images were taken in Panama City, Panama and Chicago. There are no Thailand shots simply because where I am in Thailand doesn’t do large glass buildings. They are in Bangkok if you are interested but I’m not biggest fan of the…

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Stroll Down Michigan Avenue

Stroll Down Michigan Avenue

I shot these as I had to walk to the Apple Store on Michigan Avenue in Chicago. I bought another power adapter for my laptop and never checked it to see if it fit. So when I landed and set up my machine I discovered I didn’t have one that fit. I figured since I was having to take a walk down I might as well bring a camera with me. So I grabbed my Sony RX100M3 and off I…

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Stroll Along The Lake

Stroll Along The Lake

This is another from the from Lake Fairfax that I shot. I had switched off to my Sony RX100M3 for a lot of the shooting as I wanted to see how it would preform shooting from a tripod and how far I could crop it down before the image quality started to drop. While I love my micro four thirds gear; for highly detailed landscapes you can see it start to lose quality in the finer details. With a large…

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Red, White and Blue

Red, White and Blue

Not often I get excited over an image but this one just came together nicely. I was out walking back from a haircut and I saw the bridge just zoomed in to max on the camera and snapped the image. The alignment and the colors just worked out to the point it was something I got excited over. I took three images and composited them together then just did a minor curves adjustment and left it alone. Might not be…

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