November 2, 2011

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Bannack Candid – Fall 2011

The BYU-Idaho, Comm370, Digital Imaging class went to Bannack, MT a couple of weeks ago and they loved to to say the least! These are just some candid shots during our traditional town tour. You guys did great!

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October 30, 2011

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Falls Creek Falls – IDAHO

Took a little trip out with Jim Harmer a few weeks ago to Falls Creek Falls near Swan Valley, Idaho and I loved it! We had to get in wadders so that we could get all the way across to some of parts so we could get some of those shots! It was a very early morning but I’ll tell you what, 200% worth the sleep I sacrificed!

I am going to print up the big panorama (the 2nd image here). It’s 10 inches high by 34 inches long! Can you believe that… it’s going to look amazing! Everyone who as seen these already loves the pano! Which one do you think would look good printed? I need another photo to print.
ƒ/32 – 100 ISO – 135mm
HDR – Nik Software

ƒ/32 – 100 ISO – 135mm
HDR – Photomatix

ƒ/32 – 100 ISO – 135mm
HDR – Nik Software

ƒ/32 – 100 ISO – 135mm
HDR – Nik Software

ƒ/29 – 100 ISO – 135mm
HDR – Nik Software

ƒ/32 – 100 ISO – 135mm
Photoshop CS5

ƒ/9 – 400 ISO – 135mm
Photoshop

This last image was taken with a set of speed lights on the inside with red gels on the front of the lights to get that effect. There was very little editing done on this photo – I just used photoshop to get rid of some light trails. 

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October 16, 2011

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Page Family Photo Shoot

What can I say?! When you find a good set of people… Take their picture! But actually, this family was ready for the camera and everything simply turned out great! I’ve received a lot of positive feedback on these ones… Tell me what you think, please! 


October 12, 2011

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Las Vegas Venetian – HDR (High Dynamic Range)

The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV
What a gorgeous place to see in Vegas… Especially if you want to see Venice but it doesn’t seem like it will work out this year! 

The Venetian was built after him and his wife traveled to Venice for their Anniversary. His wife fell in love with Venice and during this same time, the owner needed to rebuild his Casino and Hotel and he decided to bring Venice back home. 

The Venetian is layered with nearly 20 football fields of imported Italian tile and Gondolas with Gondoliers all from Italy to be found in the canals around the hotel! This place truly is and could be, home away from home. 

Check out my shots I took while I was there this last summer.