Missing Black & White

Working in the corporate world most every day with little time for the fine art black and white film photography that sparked my interest so many years ago — I find myself missing black and white. Here are a few shots from a real estate job that have been reworked in black and white: There […]

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Car Show at Montgomery Train Shed

Cars aren’t something I know a lot about. I couldn’t tell you the difference between a Chevy Bel Air and and a Pontiac Chief without Google, but I do admire the design and creative thought put into every vehicle that rolls of the line. Car shows are a great place to find inspiration; to admire […]

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Turning Day into Night with Photoshop

Originally posted March 29, 2012 — I’ve had several requests to resurface this older post, so I have done just that, but it may be that what people are really wanting to see is the step-by-step post that I made later. You can find that, here: The Process Today I took a few moments and […]

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Selma Railbridge

If you stand on the Edmund Pettus Bridge and look down river, you will see a railroad bridge — below are several shots of the rail bridge mentioned. This bridge is still in use, and is quite impressive when viewed up close. Nothing beats a good photo exploration.

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Old & Abandoned: 1952 Buick Eight

Today I was shooting the 2012 Selma Riverfront Market Day and on my way back I spotted this beauty on the side of the road (exact location). If I am correct, it’s a 1952 Buick Eight that has seen better days. At first I thought it was a Roadmaster — that’s why the images are labeled […]

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HDR Photography of Selma Riverfront

I’m not a huge fan of HDR Photography, but there are times when it is appropriate. Landscape photography seems to be the best use of HDR, and dramatically lit lanscape seems to work best — that’s why I felt that these scenes were perfect candidates for HDR processing. For those of you interested, these HDR photos were […]

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Saint James: Caboret (Music from Glee)

The Saint James Performing Arts department did an amazing job with their 2012 Caboret! This marked my first STJ Caboret and I was very impressed by what I saw. Here are several (219) shots from the performance: http://goo.gl/8VuTl As always, you will need the Saint James gallery password to access the images online. You may obtain the password […]

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Saint James: A Bad Year for Tomatoes

The Saint James Performing Arts department did an excellent job with “A Bad Year for Tomatoes” and here are several (141) shots from the performance: http://goo.gl/W0DM3 As always, you will need the Saint James gallery password to access the images online. You may obtain the password by contacting the school office or by contacting me directly.

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True Grit Biker Gallery, A Photo Effect

A collection of several biker photos I snapped a few years back, retouched for fun. The originals were shot as jpeg with an old Canon Rebel 6.1 mp—so it was interesting to see what kind of gritty detail I could pull out of them. I’m not a huge fan of Photoshop effects or over-manipulations, but […]

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Old & Abandoned: Grove Court Apartments

The old and abandoned Grove Court Apartments have quite the history, and yet they lay lifeless—open to the elements and in danger of becoming just a note in someones lost journal. If your interested in the details surrounding these apartments than read Ben’s comments on my previous post, “Abandoned Apartment Complex“. For additional images, view […]

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Leffe Belgian Ale

The other night a designer buddy of mine came over for the BCS National Championship game and brought with him a six-pack of Leffe Blonde Belgian Ale. Beer Advocate ranks it a B overall. It’s also pretty photogenic as well—shot this and posted it on Instagram, here’s the share-link: http://instagr.am/p/-6eg/

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