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newspapers

This might look like a basic demolition picture to you. To me, it looks like the site of my first paying photography assignment over 40 years ago. Sad, but a reality of today’s newspaper business.

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barbershop basset hound

Date: 2/19/15 Time: 12:50:16 PM Model: NIKON D810 Serial #: 3011427 Firmware: Ver.1.01 Frame #: 5372 Lens (mm): 50 ISO: 64 Aperture: 1.4 Shutter: 1/250 Exp. Comp.: -1.0 Flash Comp.: 0.0 Program: Aperture Priority Focus Mode: AF-S White Bal.: AUTO1 … Continue reading

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after the Savoy truffle

Yet more from the big Asia trip. This shot in Seoul while on a walking tour with our friend and Seoul native Hyosub. Date: 10/18/14 Time: 10:50:28 AM Model: NIKON D810 Serial #: Frame #: 530 Lens (mm): 50 ISO: … Continue reading

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Backlit Elvis

Here is Elvis in all his sculpted glory using another 2 light setup. Nikon strobes on a Nikon camera make it a little too easy. The hardest part was placing the lights to avoid lens flare and adding unwanted light … Continue reading

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rose

One of the nicest freebies in the Atlanta area is the rose garden at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History.  We’re lucky enough to be within walking distance and that’s exactly what we did today to round out Mother’s Day. … Continue reading

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Silver Skillet

Lunch at the Silver Skillet in Atlanta. They were featured on the “Just Like Yesterday” episode of Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives show with Guy Fieri. The place hasn’t changed much since 1956. The famous biscuits lived up to their … Continue reading

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Celia’s Shoes

Although we bought her new shoes, Celia insisted on wearing these until she finished Woodward Academy. They’re finally retired after graduation last week. These were her school shoes from 7th grade  through 12th grade.

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