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Tim’s Daily Photo #68- Down Draft

The Daily Photo #68 by Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com Down Draft Another shot from the Hilton Hotel, downtown Columbus, OH. I think I could spend a lot of time in this building finding different angles and different images. ISO 1000 ­ 1/5 @ f/11 ­at 88mm This probably counts as a little more traditional view, but I still like the […]

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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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Cityscapes: Travel and Architecture Photo Contest Sponsored by Tamron

Cityscapes: Travel and Architecture Photo Contest Sponsored by Tamron Lenses Cityscape definition from Wikipedia: A cityscape is the urban equivalent of a landscape… In the visual arts a cityscape (urban landscape) is an artistic representation, such as a painting, drawing, print or photograph, of the physical aspects of a city or urban area. For our Spring […]

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Tim’s Daily Photo #52- Parked Lines

The Daily Photo #52- February 21st, 2016 By Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com Parked Lines Across from the Columbus Convention Center is their new parking garage, with color tones that match the original building (the verdict is still out on those selections). At any rate I found the lines and colors compelling, so here you are. ISO 800 ­ 1/1250 […]

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The Daily Photo #42- Convergence

The Daily Photo #42- February 11th, 2016 Convergence Using converging lines is a useful compositional technique when shooting architecture, especially when there are multiple lines leading the eye toward the vanishing point. It almost feels like you are getting pulled toward the point of convergence, adding visual interest to a shot that is really very simple. I wanted a […]

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Tim’s Daily Photo #39- Ride the Wave

The Daily Photo #39- February 8th, 2016 By Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com Ride the Wave Hotels offer some of the best line and shape studies around. Always making an effort to embrace more modern, simplistic art examples, they are a rich hunting ground for photographers like me. ISO 800 ­ 1/10 @ f/8.0 Gear Used: Sony Alpha A7RII […]

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Tim’s Daily Photo #38- Room For More Squares

The Daily Photo #38- February 7th, 2016 By Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com Room For More Squares Ok, this clearly has to stop. One might think that the side a building is boring, but if you spend some time thinking about how to frame it up it doesn’t have to be. ISO 3200 ­ 1/2500 @ f/6.3 Gear used: […]

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TJ’s Daily Photo #33- Commonwealth

The Daily Photo #33- February 2nd, 2016 Commonwealth I was looking forward to shooting some color after the grey days of January. Even the fish seem to be trying to eat up the last of the sun’s rays. This is at the very last minutes of sunset, when Columbus is as golden as it is ever going to get. I […]

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TJ’s Daily Photo #32- Blue Skies in Black and White

The Daily Photo #32- February 1st, 2016 Blue Skies in Black and White Got some blue skies out today and I am still in the mood for black and whites! Golden hour light is also beautiful in monochrome. I rushed downtown to catch the last hour of sun on the architecture downtown. The blue skies and vivid […]

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