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TJ’s Daily Blog # 69- Cityscapes with Tamron

The Daily Blog #69 Cityscapes with Tamron For me, architecture is all about lines and composition. When I shoot a building, I am not looking to necessarily represent the building as it is, but instead interpret the building photographically. Sometimes that means a towering building appearing ominous and foreboding, or strange and cold- kind of like […]

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TJ’s Daily Blog #65- Headshot Photobooth at the Clintonville Chamber Awards Dinner

The Daily Blog #65 Headshot Photobooth The Clintonville Chamber of Commerce had an awards dinner Friday night celebrating the Business of the Year, Business Person of the Year, and Volunteer of the year. Since the Chamber is all about supporting small businesses, we decided to set up a business-savvy ‘Headshot’ photobooth. I decided to use the projector screen that was already set […]

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TJ’s Daily Blog #63- Angles and Shadows

The Daily Blog #63 Angles and Shadows   Sometimes every shadow is leaning in to block the light from your eyes. Keep moving. Get past the shadows. Gear used: Nikon D610 FX Body Tamron 15-30 f/2.8 Di VC USD lens Lexar 32GB Professional 633x UHS-I SDHC Memory Card Cityscapes: Travel and Architecture Photo Contest Sponsored by Tamron […]

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TJ’s Daily Blog #62- Air/Plane

The Daily Blog #62 Air/Plane   One of the most important skills in photography is editing. Editing is what happens before you post-process. Post-processing is when you use techniques and software to finish an image, while editing is filtering through the photos that you have taken to choose which ones you want to process. It is also […]

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TJ’s Daily Blog #61- Window

The Daily blog #61 Window When I got this roll of Portra 400 developed, I noticed that half of the roll contained weird, double exposures. I wish I could take credit for the way that her face lines up with the superimposed window-view, but it was not planned. To my surprise, I never rewound my film all […]

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