Monthly Archives: July 2012

Gizmodo’s 134 photos of close up bugs

Inspiration. http://gizmodo.com/5930349/134-terrifying-close+ups-of-bugs

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Bar dog, Camp Nelson, California

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I did not take this photo. And I really need better composition skills.

We were running all over the rocks of Alabama Hills one high noon earlier this month and we found the Mobius Arch. We had the camera, but it being noon in the desert I didn’t really have any creative ideas … Continue reading

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High contrast at Lone Pine Lake

We hiked to this lake above the Alabama Hills a couple of weekends ago, and even though it was mid-afternoon in high elevation and sharp sun, I nabbed some lake shots. I don’t like the way the clouds look, I … Continue reading

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Skyscapes

I don’t know much about shooting the sky (though I did recently just learn about night shots) but I took these a couple weekends ago in/near Alabama Hills, California. Shot using a Nikon D3S with a Nikkor 28-300 & a … Continue reading

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Why I love this photo -or- subjectivity in photographs

This photograph isn’t great. It’s one of those things where any other photographer will look at it and go “Meh. It’s teh blurriez.” But I took this photo, drunk as a skunk in the desert in the Alabama Hills off … Continue reading

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Lone Pine Lake

I have a lot of new photos from a recent trip to Lone Pine I’ll be posting soon. For now, here’s one of the better ones from Lone Pine Lake. I desaturated it, as I think it is better with … Continue reading

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Off the 395

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Using bright sun to your advantage

The last time I took beach photos, I remember having a really hard time with the blue haze and contrasty-ness that was prevalent in most of the shots. This time around I approached most of my shots with the idea of “if … Continue reading

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Playing with shutter speeds.

I once had a photo taken of me on accident that showed me standing still in the center of the photo, only slightly out of focus, while the forest around me, bursting with fall colors, was this crazy blurred circular … Continue reading

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