Monthly Archives: April 2013

Dream in Concrete

Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco.

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Perspective Correction: Lens vs. Software

I’ve been coming across a lot of discussion of tilt-shift lenses recently. One of the particular benefits of these lenses is the ability to apply perspective correction to a scene by shifting the lens up or down. This allows the … Continue reading

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Survivor

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Flow

San Francisco, CA.

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Cellular Moment

Seattle, WA.

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The Quest for Acceptable Print Size

A Little Background A recent discussion got me thinking about this topic. In a nutshell, when the question of “How big can I print?” is raised, you’ll get a lot of opinions. Someone will invariably state that bigger prints are … Continue reading

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Vantage Point

In Vancouver, BC.

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Dichotomized

Shot in Reno, of course…

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Man Turning Around to Ask Me for a Penny

He literally asked me, “Do you have just one penny you could give me?” I didn’t have a penny. I gave him a dollar. He actually tried to give me change.

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Citizen

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