Saturday, May 11, 2013
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At a recent workshop in Santa Fe, New Mexico with Dan Burkholder we explored the possibilities of small mirrorless cameras (I use a Sony Nex-7) and the pleasures of processing the images on an iPad. The experience was quite liberating. While I don't think I will be replacing my D800 anytime soon, I will definitely be shooting more with the smaller camera and enjoying processing on a park bench or while relaxing on my couch!
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
A little wider view...
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Saturday, April 06, 2013
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
The red rock of the Watchman (center peak) appears more saturated at sunset in Zion National Park. This is not an HDR image but rather a single Raw image converted with Adobe Camera Raw and processed in PS CS6.
Click on this image and view a dynamic range test for the Nikon D800, D4, and D3s cameras.
Ever had difficulty aligning images from a handheld HDR set? Well I have! But the built in alignment routines in most HDR software are fai...
This view is a stitched panorama of two vertically oriented shots with the resultant image being 26.8 megapixel. The merging was performed...
It was a wet stormy day in the Tetons as we looked for spots to shoot. We came across this little pond just off of the highway just as the...
I'm just getting to know the D800 a little better and I wanted to see what she could do. I had several questions to answer with this ima...
I recently enjoyed a wonderful weeklong workshop with renowned photographer Jay Maisel. The workshop was entitled "Light, Color, and Ge...