I have been learning and playing with many of the new features of Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended edition. I must say, even after being a student and teacher of the program for 17 years, the software is just plain fun sometimes. The original image on the left was actually shot in five exposures, hand held, […]Read more "More images from New Orleans"
Today, I have been working on images again, and this time from the city that has inspired a lot of novels in the past and present, New Orleans. I pasted through New Orleans last August on a fast trip from Georgia to Texas. I had one evening and one morning to take photographs. The image […]Read more "French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana"
A week ago I went to the Austin Rowng Center, a non-profit organization the shores of Lady Bird Lake in Austin, Texas. It was a “first timers” class. I was just trying to stay out of the way and take a few photos. These were taken right at sunset with my Canon 1Ds Mark III […]Read more "HDR at Lady Bird Lake, Austin, Texas"
Image at left: Anchored off Norris Point, in Gros Morne National Park on the northwest coast of Newfoundland, +49° 30′ 36.70″N, -57° 53′ 11.19″W, we are greeted by amazing light of the morning sun. A lone Zodiac driver waits for his call to duty on the side of the ship. Meanwhile, he/she was the perfect […]Read more "The Canadian Maritimes"
The trip from New York CIty to Austin, Texas is not as easy as the Staten Island Ferry, but at least it was an non-stop flight and the flight plan was accepted by the FAA’s computers (big glitch today, not many hours after my flight). I am busy working on images and will create some […]Read more "New York to Austin"
The Stata Center at MIT, named for Ray and Maria Stata, continues to fascinate me as I process the images from this trip. Only yesterday I met an employee of Analog Devices, Mr. Stata’s company, here in Austin. The building’s architecture is a tremendous statement to the thinking processes that go into conceiving new […]Read more "Artificial Intelligence Lab at MIT"
It’s a cloudy and somewhat biting day here, but less rain than yesterday. Perhaps I’ll start a novel like Lord Byron and Mary Shelley. A few places around here make you feel like it is 1816 again. We’re off to Martha’s Vineyard tomorrow for the day.Read more "Woods Hole, MA"