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an ongoing process

A photographer's education never ends. There're always more techniques to know and improve upon... more to learn. The images in this site capture a multitude of subject matter I consider interesting. Many of the images were taken while trying new techniques or trying to master old ones. From general photography to specific topics, the camera settings and maybe something specific about the shot are provided for those interesed.

The last five images in the gallery on this page are my first attempt at creating "eerie" photos which require throwing some of the rules of "proper" photography out the window. Note the excessive high ISO and lack of leveling (pitch and roll axes) the camera resulting in verticals that look as thought they will converge at some point. But in the end, the images do look spooky. And if you look close enough, two of the images have someone or something staring out of a window. Of course, I had nothing to do with that. :)

gallery images on this page

1. Light at The End of The Tunnel - Low-light practice (f/16, 0.3 sec, ISO 400, 28mm)

2. Mascot - Low-light practice (f/5.6, 1.6 sec, ISO 100, 85mm)

3. Amorous Amphibian - Finding the best angle (f/5.6, 1/160 sec, ISO 800, 85mm)

4. Fossil - Using the available light (f/16, 0.3 sec, ISO 800, 50mm)

5. Shiny, But Scratched and Dented - Working with external lighting (f/5.6, 13 sec, ISO 400, 50mm)

6. Unbeatable Opponent - Low-light practice (f/11, 0.5 sec, ISO 800, 50mm)

7. Orpheum Theater ( f/11, 1/40 sec, ISO 10,000, 18mm)

8. Rosson House - Phoenix (f/11, 0.3 sec, ISO 10,000, 22mm)

9. Rosson House - Phoenix (f/11, 1/15 sec, ISO 10,000, 22mm)

10. Hotel San Carlos - Phoenix (f/11, 1/4 sec, ISO 5000, 21mm)

11. Monroe Abbey (f/11, 1/6 sec, ISO 5000, 26mm)

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