Monthly Archives: February 2008

missing nags head

Before we moved to Portland, we stayed at the Sea Foam in Nags Head, NC. It’s ultimate beach dive motel. I highly recommend it for a true OBX experience.

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  • Lauren02/29/2008 - 1:31 pm

    That was a great trip! Some of the best boogie boarding I've ever experienced.ReplyCancel

  • Ed03/02/2008 - 10:28 am

    I've never heard the activity that goes on in a beach dive motel room defined as "boogie boarding". Is that something you guys read about in Cosmo?ReplyCancel

fox theater

This one’s for my peeps in Hotlanta!

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  • Gerald02/29/2008 - 3:44 am

    Fox-tastic! Love the wide angle and vignetting.ReplyCancel

  • Phil03/05/2008 - 9:56 am

    Cool you where in Atlanta, great shot of the FoxReplyCancel

kung fu love

For about a month after we moved into the studio, I thought that the sign on the building on the right read “Marital Discipline Training Center”. My dad was dyslexic and I think I get a little sometimes, too. Update: Photos return tomorrow. I was shooting all day on Monday and Tuesday and I’m just...

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  • Paul02/25/2008 - 8:14 am

    I'm afraid of the kind of disciplining that goes on there. Nice work on catching the Tron car go by, as well.ReplyCancel

  • Quinn02/25/2008 - 5:06 pm

    Woot! Urbz pictures! Very nice lighting… that building just begs for the photographReplyCancel

me and the moon

As requested by Henry, here’s my shot of the lunar eclipse on Wednesday. I was working late and I couldn’t open my window all the way to get a clear shot of it by itself. So, I improvised. It was a cool thing to watch.

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  • susan02/22/2008 - 6:53 am

    too coolReplyCancel

  • Robert02/22/2008 - 7:15 pm

    gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Ed02/22/2008 - 9:57 pm

    Michelle and I love this one! This makes two of my all time favorites in one week.ReplyCancel

  • Lauren02/22/2008 - 11:31 pm

    I love this one too.ReplyCancel

  • langford02/23/2008 - 12:36 am

    not your typical eclipse shot. well executed. i dig.ReplyCancel

  • Jeff Ambrose02/24/2008 - 11:33 pm

    I dig too, definitely different. I'm bummed we had total cloud cover.ReplyCancel

crooked reflection

Thanks for the feedback from yesterday’s post. I’m still going back and forth on what to do. If I do move forward, I’ll definitely keep you all posted.

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    smith rock… final

    So, about yesterday’s shot… it wasn’t HDR. It a was a B&W version of what you see here. My technique is all done in Adobe Camera Raw for Photoshop CS3. I can save the settings for each image into a single XMP file and then apply them to multiple files. I usually tweak here and...

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    • JVL02/19/2008 - 7:32 am

      Money for services/intellectual property! Scandalous! What has the internet come to. I would say, likely, yes. I have paid for tutorials from Chromasia – so that might be a reference point as pricing goes – though it may not reflect value to you.ReplyCancel

    • Mike02/19/2008 - 7:33 am

      I think I'll manage to re-produce the "effect" somehow.ReplyCancel

    • Phil02/19/2008 - 7:35 am
    • Bob02/19/2008 - 7:55 am

      I think I might buy it if you sold it. I'm curious about the technique of other photographers. I, of course, do my own thing, but I could always learn something new.ReplyCancel

    • Homajon02/19/2008 - 9:05 am

      Nice shot. I like the color of the sky!ReplyCancel

    • Gerald02/20/2008 - 2:17 am

      Yes, I would certainly pay a small amount for it.ReplyCancel

    • Mike02/21/2008 - 9:57 am

      Thing is: the settings are not exact science and will therefore not fit for one's own pictures. I have installed Matt Kloskowski's presets (xmp) for Lightroom and hardly used any. Once you've seen a bit of work of other artists/photographers, you start seeing in a picture what sort of work's been done in Raw/Lighroom.
      On the other hand… xmp-files without the original raw isn't as interesting as the combination.
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    • langford02/23/2008 - 12:37 am

      id rather hear the gist of how you do it than pay for the xmp.ReplyCancel

    smith rock… very big

    I left this wide because there’s so much detail you miss out when it’s sized down. If ever print this, I’m going to make it door size.

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    crooked river

    Just on the other side of the big rock face from yesterday.

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    • Langford02/15/2008 - 11:30 pm

      incredible, treatment, shot, detail.

      lovve this.ReplyCancel

    • Paolo Micheli03/07/2008 - 9:53 am

      beautiful colors and nice composition
      BravoReplyCancel

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