Really disappointed w/ how Facebook (and to a lesser degree, G+) compresses images and really hurts what makes an image like this work. Flickr's looking a a bit better by comparison. (I get, of course, that social networks have to compress out of necessity--it just sucks.)
It's pretty much impossible to exaggerate just how beautiful the halls of this place are. Had to capture a handheld shot of this famous double-helix staircase on the way out. Not easy at ISO 800, but worth the effort.
Oregon's Mount Hood and Mirror Lake, as seen from the summit of Tom, Dick, and Harry Mountain at sunset. Shot this with my good friend , check out his page if you haven't already.
One of the most vibrant sunsets I've seen in my life was going on to the left here - unfortunately the landscape was pretty boring in that direction. A bunch of color still bled into the sky to the north over Hood, though.
Reprocessed this guy recently. This is much closer to the scene we saw that night.
The title of this image referred to a very real situation. My tripod was lost immediately after this shoot - left it on the roof of my car like some kind of IDIOT, and lost it on Highway 26 driving back to Portland. Oh well, it was heavy and steel and now I have a carbon fiber replacement. And I have this image!
If you like how my images look, you might be interested in knowing that I teach my processing workflow over Skype! Check out my website if you're interested in learning more about lessons, prints, or licensing: www.alexnoriegaphotography.com
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