Just shooting random pics while waiting for everyone to finish there shopping and misc. breaks. This is a single shot HDR’d in Lightroom. The exposure was .6 seconds at f8 ISO 200 hand held.
Last week I spent some time in a part of the country I’ve never been to. Little Rock Arkansas is an interesting little town. I was there for a class and the requirements were such that I didn’t get a lot of time for getting exploring or taking pictures. I did manage to get out for an hour or so a couple of evenings. I’ll share what I captured here over the next couple of days. I walked right past the Clinton Presidential Library and didn’t get one picture. I scouted pictures but never got back to take any. I did get pictures of and from the Presidential Bridge. The bridge is an old rail road bridge that crosses the Arkansas River and has been fixed up and made into a nice pedestrian bridge. I’ll share those first.
No I haven’t been to Colorado lately, but I was going through my photos and discovered some I’d never done anything with. This one for instant Taken in July of 2010. I was working on the Grand Junction VA and went up to the Colorado National Monument in the evening several times to take pictures. I know I’ve share others, but not this one. This is a panorama made up of 2-5 shot HDR photos.
This is an old LDS Church located I think in Layton just east of the Freeport Center. I’ve been aware of it for some time and for some reason always putting off taking any photos of it. Well at long last… The moon was up this morning, but by the time I got there it was gone, dang. The point of this little shoot is that the photos I take are a point in time and I believe in this case especially this building would have quite a story to tell. A collection of photo taken of this building over it’s history would be very interesting. By the way these are my first HDRs with my new set up. The HDR is processed in the camera. I’m not real sure if I like this because I like doing the process my self. There’s still a bit of post processing done to these photos.
Nothing like Thanksgiving with family, it’s a real treat and this year was no exception. We’ve been getting together with the Roberts for Thanksgiving since I can remember. I captured some fun photos this year so I’d thought I’d share. Hope you like them. BTW the Roberts family wanted some pics so I’m sharing those also.
I was watching a YouTube video about Photoshop and got inspired to try something a little different. Basically I duplicated my base layer and turned it into a line drawing then blended to the two layers. I use a Topaz plugin and here’s a link to the video that inspired me.