On Photography

  • Another Yosemite Pano (click for larger image)

    May 8th, 2007  |  0 Comments

    OK, does it matter that this pano isn’t a number of photos merged together, and instead it’s just a panoramic crop? (in other words; it’s a regular photo and I just cropped off a lot of the top and bottom to create the panoramic look). Now, if that makes you feel kinda cheated, does itContinue…

  • From Friday Morning’s Shoot

    Apr 13th, 2007  |  0 Comments

    This was taken first thing this morning (click for larger version) at my photo workshop in Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains (in about 33° chilly weather—brrrrrrr) in an old fashioned Grist Mill in Cades Cove. This really nice guy (named Kevin) was working in the Grist Mill and was nice enough to pose long enough forContinue…

  • From Yesterday’s Dawn Shoot

    Apr 13th, 2007  |  1 Comments

    Here’s an 11-photo pano I shot at yesterday’s dawn shoot (It’s the low res version, but you can click on the photo for a larger view). We were hoping for more atmospheric effects (fog), and some clouds, but neither really showed up, so it was just a nice morning to be shooting, minus the reallyContinue…

  • Joe McNally’s Photography Feature in Golf Digest

    Mar 23rd, 2007  |  1 Comments

    I just got a chance to see Joe McNally’s photo feature in their special “2007 Masters Preview” April edition of Golf Digest, called “Inside & Outside The Gates of Augusta National” and it’s just absolutely fascinating. Joe just has a way of really capturing the essence of whatever he shoots, whether it’s people or places,Continue…

  • I Went For Something Different

    Mar 22nd, 2007  |  1 Comments

    He spends his career on the other side of the fence, so I thought it might be cool to shoot him sitting up in the stands (the view he usually sees of the spectators). I like how clean and simple the look is, and I especially like all the numbers on the seats—it just addsContinue…

  • You Gotta See This Guy’s Stuff!

    Mar 13th, 2007  |  0 Comments

    I’m on an email list from PhotoJojo.com (a very cool site) and today they had a story about George Lange’s photography “flipbook” and they were raving about his work, so I went to check it out. They were right on the money. His people photography is just brilliant, and his presentation is cute, clever, sometimesContinue…

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