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Long Hall

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I spent the weekend at the Oregon coast with family and on Saturday afternoon drove up to Fort Stevens in hopes of getting some good HDR shots. We stopped at Battery Russell and it was raining (as usual) and so we started with some of the interior and ammo storage rooms. It was very dim, wet and algae was growing …

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Hannah

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I should have posted this a long time ago, but this was one of those “I got busy” items and then I lost track of it. Recently I got permission from Hannah’s mom to post this and thought I would do it now before it got lost in the virtual stacks of to-do lists. Kids can be a lot of …

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Glamorizing Sara

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Sara is the daughter of of a co-worker I have known for many years. I hate to say it, but I remember when Sara was born. She is a senior this year and has grown into a beautiful young lady. We had a great time shooting ā€“ we did an in-studio shoot and then we went down to Portland’s Pearl …

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Senior Photo Shoot

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2010 Hudson’s Bay senior, Lindsey, came over for a senior photo-shoot and we had a great time. Lindsey is a bundle of energy and a lot of fun. Throughout the shoot we talked about her school, what she’s working on, her plans for college, classes, grades, etc… Wow – she’s a busy girl. Here are a few of our favorite …

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Oregon Garden in IR

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I visited the Oregon Garden last weekend and brought my IR camera along with my “regular” DSLR. Although packing around two cameras was a bit of a hassle, I’m glad that I did. Here are four example photos from several dozen IR images I took on Saturday. This image is of the Rain Curtain in the Sensory Garden. This is …

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Tea with Lexi

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Finished some extra photoshop work on this one. Lexi is very fun, not to mention, a very cute girl. I liked the setup so much I thought Iā€™d spend a bit of extra time on this and see what I could make it into. Here is the result.

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