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Every now and then, we’ll try our hand at taking some photos. Sometimes they turn out good and sometimes they don’t … those don’t get posted.

Kodachrome Icon

Posted on Tuesday, August 25th, 2009 under Design Photography | No comments

It is time again for the monthly DFP discussion on icons. My über example today ended up being this lovely tribute to Kodak's belated Kodachrome plastic slide mounts. It's kinda crazy that these were still being widely used just back in the 1990s.

The icon should be available soon from the nice GraphicRiver folks, in both the hinged and notch variety.

**Update: It is! Buy it here, kiddies.

 

Waiting for the Sunrise

”… out on a dock by the lakefront, waiting for the sunrise … ‘His mercies are new every morning’ – Lamentations 3:22-23”

You can see the rest of the photos from this set in my MobileMe gallery.

 

Posted on Saturday, May 30th, 2009 under Life Photography Status | No comments

Waiting for the Sunrise

”… drove around this morning, chasing the sun …”

You can see the rest of the photos from this set in my MobileMe gallery.

 

Posted on Tuesday, May 26th, 2009 under Life Photography Status | No comments

Day #22 – Box

Posted on Thursday, January 22nd, 2009 under Photography Sketches | No comments

Since I got home from work late last night, I wasn’t able to pick up the extra special box Jessica sent until this morning. And since I have been hawk-edly watching the FEDEX shipping notifications for eight full days, it is no wonder I couldn’t sleep!So, you may ask … what was in the box? Well, not only did Jess send my new camera, a Canon S5 IS (EEEEeeee!!), and accessories and our new wireless ...

 

iPhone Uploads

Posted on Friday, January 2nd, 2009 under Photography | No comments

As much as I would like the iPhone to have a better CCD, some kind of flash or even a way to focus the lens (gah!), it still has been one of the most convenient cameras to have around.Where normally I wouldn’t be able to take some of the spur of the moment shots I like without looking like a big camera tot’ing nerd, I’ve always got my iPhone with me and now, thanks to ...

 
 

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