When it snowed last week, I decided to make it a leisurely drive in to the office and took along my camera. There have been several barns I’ve wanted to capture and with a dusting of snow, what better time to see what I could do. Perhaps you remember this first barn just about a […]
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We organized a 50th birthday party bash up in South Lake Tahoe this summer for long, long time friends (40+ people in all) that turned out to be a blast. Great catching up with old friends and great having all the kids around, laughing and playing in the pool or at the beach as we […]
I ventured over to Coronado Island the other night while here in San Diego for my family’s Spring Break. I didn’t know where to shoot from, but in my scouting I came across this neat little park that seemed to be in line with the path of the moon’s rise and the skyline. (Click to […]
I stumbled across a new technique recently for processing my high dynamic range (HDR) photographs. This new technique is very well detailed in Kah Wai Lin, in a tutorial he wrote for HDROne (site/magazine). And even though it’s more of a processing over processing of HDR images and the RAW HDR file itself, it’s leading […]
I was looking back over my photo library tonight and came across some unfinished imagery from a trip to Arizona’s Monument Valley last February with Steve Parker. All three images are 3-shot HDR images processed through either Photomatix Pro or HDR Efex Pro and/or Silver Efex Pro 2. And all three are from a guided […]
Going back through my images I dug up this image from my 2006 Fall Colors trip (with Steve Parker) down into the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. This image happens to have been taken between Silverton and Ouray, I believe. What reminded me about this image was, I was perusing Google+ today and saw someone […]
I was up in Boulder checking out the fall colors along Mapleton Avenue and finding the gardners had just mowed there really drove me away. So I headed up to Chautauqua Park to see if I could catch the setting waxing crescent moon setting over the flatirons before heading to my monthly Colorado Nature Camera […]
This past weekend, we went to a family picnic for my kids’ new school year held at Sunflower Farms near Longmont. While chasing the kids around the different attractions there, I stumbled upon this little guy on stage! Anyone know what type of chicken this is? Please leave me a comment below.
Another beautiful Colorado sunset tonight. Longs Peak is the 14000 foot peak just to the left of the tree.
Here’s a different view of downtown Grand Lake, from our recent family trip to the area. Downtown Grand Lake is old and rustic, with wooden boardwalks, store fronts and planter boxes. Most of the downtown area is original buildings: jail, opera house, saloons, general grocers, etc. with a taste of modern thrown in. Nighttime comes […]