I had a few people asking me how I got the Walla Walla wheat photos to look so good. Mainly it was the use of a polarization filter that helped create a more dramatic sky. However that only got me part of the way there. As with all of my images, I have to do… Continue reading Grass Fix Up – Imaging 101
Walla Walla, once the land of sweet onions has become a wonderful wine tasting destination. As a bonus there are still lots of sweet onions, wheat fields, asparagus, peas and more organically grown veggies. We ate some excellent food at the Brasserie Four, a surprising find in Walla Walla I must say. I should also… Continue reading Walla Walla Wheat
Hear is a stitched image based on some fun shots I took while skiing at the Heavenly Ski Resort at the south end of Lake Tahoe. I took several images and combined them to create this very wide final image. The altitude was near 10,000 feet and yes, it was very cold!
I took these shots of a ship yard crane and the tram station at Oregon Health and Science University. Here is more information on the aerial tram. I reworked the sky in the crane picture to follow the cables.
Here is a fun montage of my friend Lucy ascending a stairwell in a lighthouse. I took multiple shots and then combined them. Played a bit with the color and the perspective. The results suggests something dark, yet the mood is light hearted. A nice contradiction.