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What A Year

December 5, 2012


After nearly 14 months away from this blog, I am digging it back up. So much has changed for me as a photographer in the last year. My trusty D5000 has been damaged, but not destroyed. I repaired it with cheap ebay parts, but it’s not the camera it used to be. That being said, […]

Back In The Groove or Second Best Can Be A Winner

October 3, 2011


Its’ been a while since my last post.  This is partly due to a lack of motivation and a lack of anything interesting to post.  I’ve been doing a lot of studying and not much posting.  Anyway, my faithful D5000 has gotten a well deserved rest and this past weekend, it was game on.  I […]

Santa Fe

August 21, 2011


A trip to Santa Fe…or a wrong turn at Albuquerque You decide. Every once in a while I get tired of my day job creeping into my weekends.  It seems like every weekend my phone rings at least once.  Well, two weekends ago, I did the unthinkable.  I TURNED MY PHONE OFF.  (Insert dramatic gasp […]

Tried Something New

August 20, 2011


As is frequently the case, I get stuck on one subject or another and forget to branch out.  Lately, HDR and landscapes have been my subject, but I have been reading up on food and drink photography.  This is mainly because I have been gluten free for nearly two years and I’m starting to meet […]

Scorched Earth

July 31, 2011


In this photo of new life emerging from the ash of a grass fire, I combined HDR techniques to enhance a documentary style image of a recent grass fire that stretched from San Angelo to Sweetwater.  Click to view full resolution.

HDR Macros

June 26, 2011


Well, it was bound to happen.  I have combined my two favorite genres of photography: HDR and Macro.  The lighting is not as dramatic as something like a landscape HDR, but there is still a pretty wide range of light and contrast.  See for yourself with this Worm Gear.  The HDR allows  you to see […]

Waking up

June 10, 2011


As much as I love HDR, I found this little guy in the archives and had to share.