Spring sojourn in Santa Fe: a brief exposure tutorial

Spring sojourn in Santa Fe: a brief exposure tutorial

Over the weekend, I took a break—in several ways. We took a family getaway to Santa Fe, New Mexico. I didn’t take a lot of photos, but I captured some diverse subjects and had fun using my full range of equipment, including my oft neglected 50mm prime lens. Technically, I took a break from HDR […]

Apothecary memories

Posted by on Jan 9, 2011 in Art, Photography | 6 Comments
Apothecary memories

I tried my hand at still life photography this weekend. My grandfather was a pharmacist and his vintage apothecary memorabilia (circa 1914) was a perfect match for HDR photography. I was surprised to discover that setting the scene was more complex and time consuming than the actual photography plus post-processing. I have renewed respect and […]

Ascend The Climber

If you’re traveling in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area, be sure to visit the Children’s Museum of Phoenix. Housed in the historic Monroe School building (a great example of Classical Revival architecture), the Children’s Museum features three floors of incredible sensory and motor stimulation. Their latest installation, dubbed The Climber, is a 37-foot high, 50-ton conglomeration of […]

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