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Columbia River Gorge

This is my second serious attempt at HDR.  See definition of HDR and my first attempt here. I like this one a lot better.  While it looks a bit over saturated, that’s exactly the feel I had when I was … Continue reading

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Granville, NY

This is my first serious attempt at High Dynamic Range (“HDR”) photography, where three or more shots of the same scene/image are taken at various exposures to collect detail in shadows, highlights and everything in between.  Its a method used … Continue reading

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This is a follow-up to the prior post called “White Elephant”.  I found a dealer at the flea market that was selling wooden boxes, that’s it, just wooden boxes.  Wooden boxes are a thing of the past, long since replaced … Continue reading

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Back to the Future

  I love to look at old photos, especially those taken close to a hundred years ago.  The young lad in this photo was born in 2009, so it hardly counts as an “old photo”, but the clothes reminded me … Continue reading

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Vignetting is a photo-editing technique used to help draw the viewer’s eye to the intended subject.  I apply it on certain photos that have above average appeal to me, but have distracting backgrounds; the ugly chain link fence that is … Continue reading

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Creepy Memories

Japanese Gardens Do you remember what movie scenes or make-believe stories scared the hell out of you as a kid, but now, as an adult you think of them as nothing but “kids’ stories”?   For me, it was Snow White and … Continue reading

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Put Out to Pasture

I found this old gal parked in the corner of a pasture where two gravel roads intersect somewhere in Northwest Iowa.  She had been retired or “put out to pasture” for quite some time.  Like an old plow horse that faithfully responds to her … Continue reading

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