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Monthly Archives: September 2008

B&W of Half Dome

Before I went to PhotoshopWorld in Las Vegas at the beginning of the September Jeff Leimbach and I drove to Yosemite to shoot for 4 days. I photographed over 70 gigs of images and plan to spend the next few weeks (or Months) going though these images. As I was photographing a lot of these […]

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B&W of Half Dome

Before I went to PhotoshopWorld in Las Vegas at the beginning of the September Jeff Leimbach and I drove to Yosemite to shoot for 4 days. I photographed over 70 gigs of images and plan to spend the next few weeks (or Months) going though these images. As I was photographing a lot of these […]

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New Adobe Creative Suite 4

Adobe announced that it will launch there new creative suite of products on Sept. 23 in a web broadcast. You can be part if broadcast by registering at: www.adobe.com/go/somethingbrilliant, so sign up and be there.

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Other Realities by Jerry Uelsmann

Jerry Uelsmann was doing photoshop before there was an computer. His images have inspired me the first time I saw them in junior collage, his surreal play with photography has always been incredible. I got the chance to meet Jerry and his digital artist wife, Maggie Tayor last week at an opening at Hillsborough Community Collage in Ybor City. Both Jerry and his wife gave […]

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Canon Introduces 5D Mark II

21 megapixel full-frame sensor slr for $2700, do I need to say more? Yes. It had been rumored the Canon’s 5D was going to be an 17 megapixel camera in a small body (I carry around my neck a boat anchor 1Ds Mark II). It supports Live View shooting and Live View HD videos clips at 1920 x 1080 […]

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New Book Photo

I am working on a book competition by Duke University and the Center for Documentary Studies. The book is titeld “Disappearing Florida” and focus on many aspects of the Florida life style that is being replaced by condo and strip malls. This is a HDR photograph that was shot though a dirty window on a tripod.

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