March 10, 2006
Playing off the idea of being one third done with the 30 day photo challenge and the “rule of thirds.”
March 09, 2006
I like this one for a number of reasons - the lines, the texture, the light, the juxtaposition of the organic lines with the geometric lines, the color.
But I am biased since I took the photo. What do you think?
March 08, 2006
I used the flash to “control” the shutter speed and get just the light from the street light instead of blowing that light out and seeing the rest of the parking lot.
March 07, 2006
Taken out the 8th floor window of the Education building on the U of A campus.
March 06, 2006
A screen capture in support of an article on iBlog: Beyond the Front Row with the Apple Remote.
March 05, 2006
A string of lights in the courtyard of the Tucson Museum of Art.
March 04, 2006
9 rack dehydrator with temperature control - already at work making granola and other treats!
March 03, 2006
Sorry for the view up my nostrils. This was taken with the keychain cam on the way to work this morning, and enhanced with Picasa. I’m pretty impressed with what it can do given an admittedly limited amount of information to start with.
March 02, 2006
My second image for the challenge. Still using the 640x480 pixel keychain camera. It only interfaces with Windows, so I am playing around with Picasa for editing.
This one used “I’m Feeling Lucky” in the Basic Fixes tab, a small saturation boost and an application of “Warmify” in Effects, followed by some Soft Focus.
I like how it turned out, given the quality of the original image.
March 01, 2006
So I’ve taken the challenge. Here is my first photo, taken with a 0.3 megapixel camera on a cloudy day at the University of Arizona.
I know this is Low End DSLR, but I ride my bike to work and carrying all that equipment is a bit too much (since I’m already carrying my laptop, change of clothes, and lunch).
I’ll get some DSLR shots in on the weekends…