Tag Archive: shooting

Oct 29 2013

Long Exposure eBook

I recently had the pleasure of reading Scott Wyden Kivowitz’ Long Exposure Photography eBook “Time Is On Your Side”.  Long before I became and HDR Photographer I spent many nights on the beaches of California shooting long exposure photographs of the ocean sweeping up on the sand.  It is a very peaceful time to shoot as …

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Apr 08 2013

Shooting in the Rain, a DIY Project

A few weeks ago we were visiting the Lake of the Ozarks.  The whole family was asleep, taking the routine nap, Michael always sleeps better with Mommy close (he is a Mommy’s Girl)!  I really wanted to get outside and do some shooting but it was raining. My current camera is not weather sealed so …

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Mar 15 2013

I Need Help!

Well you all may know by now that Friday is usually reserved for Tutorials.  However, today I need some help from you! I am just over the hump on the latest eBook.  It is a beginners guide to Photography, not HDR Photography, but DSLR photography in general.  I need some advice, I am wondering what …

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Jan 28 2013

More Cyanotypes

I have been experimenting with a lot of my old Photographs from 2011 and 2012 with this new Cyanotype Action.  I am really digging it, it adds an element to these photos that match their mood very well.  Black and White is one way to make a moody image, but adding that slight element of …

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Nov 26 2012

West Bottoms, Kansas City

This past Saturday I met up with Nick Marzinski, you know that cool guy that let us use his brackets for this months concert?  He happened to be in the Kansas City area so we decided to make plans to photograph the West Bottoms of Kansas City. This place is intense to say the least! …

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Aug 27 2012

Tick-led By This Location

The title says a lot about this image if you dissect the hyphen accordingly.  While I did love this location for shooting HDR images, I went home with about 9 ticks on my legs and found 2 in my hair while driving home.  I would say that I am never going back there again when …

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