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Some friends and I (including the illustrious +Nate Davis, with whom I failed the last attempt at this) are trying yet again to do a 365 project.

We're posting initially to a flickr group but I'll try to bring some of my favorites over here to revive my otherwise paltry offerings of late.

Here are a few of my favorites from the first week.
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Selections from the 2013 Hardcore Mudd Run

I was proud to be a part of the Hardcore Mudd Run yet again, but boy am I glad it's over.  I took over 5000 photos this season (and 4+ hours of video) ... but here's 14, arbitrarily chosen primarily for the looks on people's faces.
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One of the most consistent jobs I have with my production company is video and photography of Hardcore Mudd Run's endurance events.  The second season is about to start, and as I gear up I figured I'd share a small sample of some of my favorite shots from 2012
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My  #styleitaprilchallengefinal  now available to the public.  This month's challenge what "Black, white, and ____ all over"  (Thread, in this case).
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Happy freaking birthday, +Nicolas Amelio-Ortiz!
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Do I get to see The Flaying yet?  I'm turning blue holding my breath! haha!

I've considered putting in through the /press page to review it but no one reads my damn blog, so that'd just be a ruse!  
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From this week's 365:  Because, Cat

This piebald terror is only a few months old and he's already destroyed most of the house.  At least he's photogenic.  That's something, I guess.
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October Style It Challenge  - 
 
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Inspired by vintage Halloween pictures of some uber creepy paper mache masks, we took to trying our hand at making a few of our own for the October challenge.  The shoddier, the better, in some ways -- because there really isn't quite anything more mysterious (and terrifying) than that which is indistinguishable as human...or otherwise.
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Thanks for the giggle today, +Matthew Inman.  I needed that.
 
Doing a bit of doodling this morning. 
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May challenge inspiration.

This short promo video is a remarkable piece of stop motion animation comprised of 2000+ still images of a drop of falling water.  This is not CGI!
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Here's a hodgepodge of behind the scenes stuff for my April Challenge image.

Several test shots, including one where you can see the edge of my super high-tech white shower curtain backdrop, and one with big yellow button eyes that were tossed out after a round of testing.  They were creepy, but just didn't feel right.  In the end, I felt that glassy eyed stare conveyed a world more than the buttons ever would.

The last three pictures are a little about the selective color.  The first is the shot used in the final image in its natural color state as shot  followed by one that is only the red channel from the image.  You can see that because of the high-key blown out nature of the shot, there is actually very little red information.  This entire red channel image (including the bits of red in the shadow for just a bit more depth in those areas) were placed a layer above the completely black and white image (the last in this gallery).  Photoshop's "color" layer overlay did the rest of the work with no lassos or masking required!
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I really enjoyed reading about all the creative work you and your wife did here...very inspiring :)
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Filmmaker. Part-time Blogger. Photography Tinkerer. Giant Nerd.
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Owner/Director at Bailiwick Productions - independent film and video production for hire,  blogger at Critical Hit (sometimes) and huge computer/gaming/tech geek.

I also often have a beard.  Beards are cool.
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In theory, The Deli is great. The menu is vast and appealing and the wait staff are usually friendly. More than almost any other establishment in the area though, The Deli is inconsistent in quality and heavily effected by how busy or slow they are at any given time. The same meal three days in a row can be great, terrible, and somewhere in between. Never knowing how the experience will be makes it tough to ever make The Deli the first choice when looking for a meal out.
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