Monday, December 28, 2009
I thought since I was stuck inside that I would work on some old photos. This one taken in the summer of 1975 in Wilmington Delaware. Back in the day I was shooting with a Yashica TL Electra X. I had a 50 mm f1.7 lens and shot on 35 mm slide film
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
My son had a photo printed for me 25x40 inches. Turned out great. There's not much on their web site, but here's what I do know. The place is called Speedi Pack they are located at 371 N Main St Layton, UT 84041 801-547-0308
Saturday, December 19, 2009
While I was shooting panoramas at the capitol I thought I would try a couple of shots of Ensign Peak. The light was drab and everything was gray and monochromatic so I thought what the heck. Let me know what you think. I shot this at 260 mm standing beside the capitol building. On a tripod obviously.
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Took my camera and gear to work today to take pictures of the lights on temple square. The bus was late so I missed it. Well, I had to take pictures of something! So I went out a noon and snap over 100 shots. Here's a two shot (5 deep) HDR panorama
Monday, December 14, 2009
Got a free book today from from the author of BIG BIM little bim, Finith Jernigan you can look at it here. I especially like the page with the frame in the lower left corner marked March 1992 and labeled Finith finds the tools for BIG BIM. This guy is a hero to me and is breaking a lot of very important ground. There are others, but that's for another time.
Here's one, try Seth's Blog, I read (listen to) his book on tribes. Great stuff. People in marketing may be aware of the concept of tribes I wasn't. The concept of tribes, or what ever you'd might call them has something to do with every thing in life. Life and work are a bit frustrating right now because we are expected to fall in line. I need to be a heretic especially when it comes to things like BIM and Integrated projects. Check out his blog This link is to his latest free offering.