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For those of us who live in places where the winters are harsh summer is a time of celebration.  We go out more and in my case I mostly don't want to be inside at all.  My office as an entrance to the great out doors and I like to leave the door open and I like to work on the back porch. Going ou...
06/28/2010
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Sometimes I see a sunset that I want to shoot but there isn't anything to shoot except sunset. Just about anything will look nice as a silhouette with the sunset in the background. I got some gulls to pose for these shots. They work for popcorn. I need four more words to make my 50 so here they are.
08/09/2009
For taking interior property photos a wide angle lens is a must. I don't know what more I can say about that.  So I bought a wide angle lens.  I was so excited when it came, I couldn't wait to use it. It is a heavy lens. A 12-24 Tokina, that weighs 10 pounds.  That is an exaggeration but it is he...
07/04/2009
Settings: Exposure 5 Aperture: f/11.0 Focal Length: 18 mm ISO Speed: 200 Under the Wabasha Bridge on Raspberry Island, on the Mississippi River looking at  downtown St. Paul, MN   Exposure: 15 Aperture: f/22.0 Focal Length: 18 mm ISO Speed: 200 The Covington Inn a bed and breakfast docked on Har...
06/07/2009
  Inman news is having a photo contest. "Send us your best single photo that captures the state of the residential real estate market, for a chance to win a   $200 gift card from Amazon.com. Your photo submission should be in digital form and must be sent via e-mail or available for viewing on t...
03/24/2009
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These photos were taken locally, by a local resident, me. They are in black and white because we are in a depression and I can't afford color any more. These pictures may be offensive to those who live in the burbs or those who live in warmer climates. They saved Mickey's dinner, sometimes the li...
02/12/2009
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HDR is a photo processing Technique, also called HDRI, for High dynamic range imagining.  Three or more photos, each with a different exposure value, are combined into one photo.  The process brings out details that don't show up in a single photo. I use photomatix to process the photos.  All of ...
02/04/2009
About nine months ago I wrote a post about high dynamic range photography, commonly referred to as HDR, or HDRI. It is a photo processing technique where several photos are combined to create a photo that is something more. It has not been easy for me to learn.  I bought a book which has been hel...
01/09/2009
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I wrote this post a few months ago but neglected to put the 50 words in it that are needed for points. Can you imagine that this would not count as a blog post? There is a lot going on with it but heck I don't make the rules and I mostly don't follow them either which is why I sometimes end up w...
10/13/2008
Here in Minnesota we have seasons.  They occur every year no matter what.  Enjoying the seasons is free.  Recession proof and depression proof.  Most of the best things in life can't be bought, but you already new that. This year is no different. Well I guess it is different in some ways but I re...
10/09/2008
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