Monthly Archives: September 2011

Framing Elements, or Just a Mess?

I’m torn on this one. Is this picture too busy? Or do all the elements along the left, right, and bottom sides serve as a framing element, leading your eye right to the guitarist? This might work better at larger … Continue reading

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Sequencing Images

Behind the scenes, I’ve been experimenting with different ways to display some of my concert photography.  One of the things that occasionally frustrates me is picking a single image from a burst of images.  I lay my finger down on … Continue reading

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The Count – Not An HDR

I really like how this picture turned out, just because the sky is so well-defined. In all my other pictures at Sesame Place, the sky is a blown out white blob.  Here, I mistakenly (admittedly) had a dark exposure, that … Continue reading

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That Photographic Feeling

Have you ever looked back at a day’s worth of pictures only to realize that the subject of your candid photograph was staring right back at you?  Has it ever weirded you out? Welcome to Sesame Place:

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