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Content-ish things

It saddens me to say

It saddens me to say

by / on March 4, 2015, 15:28 / in Photo Stories

I am slowly inching away from film. I think the D800 did it to me. I still love my film, but I find myself using the D800 much more than the film that still fills my fridge. It makes me a little sad, but them’s the breaks. The new Portra has this old-timey warmness to it that I can’t adjust […]

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Not the Clearest Day

Not the Clearest Day

by / on March 2, 2015, 12:41 / in Photo Stories

I’ve been trying to get an interesting collection of photos all from the same spot. Some days, the weather is better than others. But some days, you can make it work even when the weather is disappointing. There is a weird thing going on with landscape photography. – But it isn’t new. Look at Velvia. Velvia is a slide film […]

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Not the only monkeys at the Park

Not the only monkeys at the Park

by / on February 27, 2015, 09:47 / in Photo Stories

Yes, I know. Humans aren’t monkeys. They are apes. But the humans at the Jigokudani Monkey Park are just as much a part of the landscape as the Japanese macaques that everyone comes to see. I posted a bunch of shots a bit earlier that painted a very different visual image of the monkey park. With the long lenses and […]

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Don’t they have help for that sort of thing?

Don’t they have help for that sort of thing?

by / on February 25, 2015, 23:56 / in Photo Stories

So… Do the pilots have to pump their own gas, too?

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The Right Amount of Clouds

The Right Amount of Clouds

by / on February 12, 2015, 12:12 / in Photo Stories

Mt Fuji is a moody mountain. It’s hard to photograph Mt. Fuji for a couple reasons. One is that people like Yuga Kurita set the bar so high. The other problem is that the biggest uncontrollable factor can ruin you, or make you, and you have no idea which until you’ve made the effort to get out somewhere to take […]

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Well… at least it isn’t the post-season, yet.

Well… at least it isn’t the post-season, yet.

by / on February 10, 2015, 12:14 / in Photo Stories

There’s a particular balance to being a sports fan – you have to love watching your team win, and be happy seeing them lose to a worthy opponent. Goon squads, divers, and blind refs aside, getting worked up about a loss is always a bad idea. Especially if you are a Chicago Cubs fan. But the Hawks have been on […]

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All we needed was a cabin and a werewolf.

All we needed was a cabin and a werewolf.

by / on February 8, 2015, 19:01 / in News

Before we moved on to bigger and more matrimonial things, we got to chill back at that beach for an evening. Since we were all pretty stationary and content, I popped out the tripod and got some long exposures done. The big challenge with these photos was the thing that you don’t see in the photo – the sodium vapor […]

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