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Backlog: Everything.

6 years, 7 months ago blogging, food, photography, projects 1

I am so far behind on all the awesome things I want to blog. But priorities are with finishing my Master’s project report (and thus my degree), my internship at NPR, and trying to secure as many things as possible with the wedding. Okay, that last one is a little frivalous. But only a little.

In the meantime, enjoy a few photos from my Project 365. The theme is obvious.

day085 :: year five

day091 :: year five

day095 :: year five

day098 :: year five

Catching up on 365.

6 years, 7 months ago blogging, food, photography 0

Just a few of the newest bunch that I like.

day066 :: year five

I think I’m on a dark kick.

day075 :: year five

Letting the light show the details instead of the dark.

day074 :: year five

Funny, I remember saying that ten years ago when I first started in photography.

Man overboard.

6 years, 8 months ago blogging, food, photography 0

day045 :: year five

Seen at 9:00am (ish) on my way to work. I think it was outside of Hooters.

Not a sprinkle was out of place, not a smudge in the frosting.

I do not know its fate. I hope that someone hungry found it, cleaned it off, and didn’t go hungry for an entire day. I know it sounds gross to us, but it was fresh, and there are quite a few homeless people who hang around the Gallery Place area for whom this may have been like finding pure gold. I wish I could do more (or anything, really) to help them.

I wish I could do more to help so many.

But all I can do is take pictures.

Instagram: A short story.

6 years, 8 months ago blogging, food, photography 1


Before.


After.


Baked.


Enjoyed.


Gone.

Pizza and light.

7 years, 2 months ago blogging, food, photography 3

I like to photograph dinner.

In doing so last night, I had a moment of zen about light.

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Overhead. (6400 ISO, 70mm, f/4, 1/90 sec.)

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From the side. (3200 ISO, 70mm, f/2.8, 1/125 sec.)

Each frame has a similar exposure – not exact, but similar. I had to go to f/4 and increase the exposure by about 1/2 stop on the overhead to get the surface of the veggies sharp. And the 1/125 was a little too dark so I brightened it up about 1/2 stop in post. But still. Look at the difference in the light. The pizza did not move, nor did the lights.

Which do you prefer?