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Andy Atmtx
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Hector is a sharp dresser and has a great look. Shot at Stay Gold with continuous lights and round bokeh balls in the background.
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Christina from Stay Gold, shot in available and glowing, lights
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Here's Kim shot back in February at the Scoot Inn. I rarely shoot portraits with studio strobes, but I gave it a try. I tend to like continuous lighting, either man-made or available
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I've really gravitated towards black and white portraits, but I also have an additional sub-genre. Portraits that feature a smartphone. Here's one with Hannah back from February this year, at Stay Gold.
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Janet starts off the latest Drink and Click portrait series. I shot this back earlier this year at the Craftsman Bar.
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For my last photo of my downtown series, I feature a grove of trees at the Seaholm redevelopment. They've done a great job with the place though I do have one disappointment. Click on the photo to find out what it is.
Festive Grove, Seaholm
Festive Grove, Seaholm
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Using the Canon G7X Mark II has been fun and I've been able to shoot the kind of photos that I want. However, I wonder if I'm reducing my quality, for the sake of convenience. This staircase, shot with the Olympus seems to glow a bit brighter, seems more golden and is sharper. What is the trade off between convenience and quality?
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A staircase may be a strange topic for a photo essay, but I was enamored by the one at the new Austin Central Library. I created six images, for your viewing pleasure, of this staircase leading underground to the parking lot.
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I don't use tripods as much anymore these days, especially with such wonderful image stabilization. But something like this, definitely requires a tripod. And set at its base ISO, even a compact camera can produce some nice results.
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The LEDs at the new Central Library give it a technicolor brilliance.
Technicolor Library
Technicolor Library
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