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Eyes peering out of windows from the Adminstration building at the decommissioned Puget Sound Naval Air Station at Sand Point.
Captured with Canon 7D + EF-S10-22mm; 1/125 sec at f/8.0; ISO 100.
Post-production in Adobe Lightroom 3 and Nik Silver Efex Pro 2.
On July 4th, I spent the morning walking around Walla Walla, capturing various scenes of the town’s historic buildings.
Many of these shots have been posted here these last few weeks, but this photograph is by far my favorite from the series…
Captured on 07/04/11 with Canon 7D + EF-S10-22mm; 1/500 sec at f/8.0; ISO 100.
Post-production in Nik Silver Efex Pro 2 + Adobe Lightroom 3.
An early 20th century office building in downtown Walla Walla.
Captured on 07/04/2011 with Canon 7D + EF-S 10-22mm; 1/320 sec at f/8.0; ISO 100.
Post-production in Adobe Lightroom 3.
A snapshot of the Smith Tower in Seattle.
Completed in 1914, this building was once the tallest “skyscraper” west of the Mississippi.
Now it stands in the shadow of much taller high rises.
Captured on 05/20/11 with iPhone 4; processed using Photoshop Express.
The Disney Performing Arts Center, designed by Frank Gehry, is absolutely mesmerizing.
The mix of steel, stone, and concrete offers an interesting combination of textures, angles, and shadows, while the myriad of colors generates an ever changing palette, especially with the warm glow of a late afternoon sun.
I captured these handheld, single frames on a beautiful August day in LA several years ago. Can’t wait to shoot this amazing complex again…
All captured on 08/11/07 with Canon 400D + EF-S10-22mm.