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Catching Up

I have finally started to edit some of the photos taken during our trip to the Outer Banks last month. Life has been a bit busy lately thanks to our upcoming move to California.

Here are a few of the photos I have worked on.

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Oshie enjoyed the mini vacaton.
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Taken after sunset. I was playing around with long exposures.
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Sunrise long exposure.
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This is probably my favorite so far. Clean and simple.  Taken around the same time as the first beach shot.

I hope to have so more up soon!

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Puppy Repost

This is a photo I took during our trip to Asheville a few months back. The ISO was really high for this photo thanks to being indoors and not using flash but I still love the way it came out. Lately I have been looking at this photo and contemplating trying to sell it. I was thinking maybe as greeting or thank you cards, or as small/medium prints due to the noise levels. What do you think? Would folks be interested and what kind of prices would be reasonable? Any advice from my fellow photographers that follow the blog would be much appreciated.

Anyway it was too precious not to share again.

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Puppy pile! Canon 7d Mark 2 and Tamron 15-30mm F/2.8

Myrtle Beach Osprey

I finally managed to get a decent picture of an Osprey. Took traveling to South Carolina for a Marine Corps Birthday ball in Myrtle Beach but hey I will take it. I was just surprised that they were hanging around the area where we stayed. It was heavily populated. I wish I had a longer lens with me.

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Osprey in flight. Myrtle Beach South Carolina November 2016.

Around The Estate

Here are just a few photos from our trip to the Biltmore Estate that I never got around to posting. I wish I had taken some more time with camera settings to prevent the blown out skies that were hard to recover. The overcast conditions didn’t help much either but I will chalk it up as a lesson learned. I need to slow myself down and think about a shot before I take it. Needless to say, the house and grounds are impressive.

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View of the House from the Rampe Douce
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A statue in the Italian Garden next to the House.
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Nigella in the lower garden.
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Arboretum.
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Bass Pond Waterfall with a slower shutter speed to smooth the water.

 

Winter Garden

I was going through my Library in Lightroom and came across this photograph from our trip to the Biltmore Estate. Not the best composition but the detail of the ceiling in the winter garden was amazing. The winter garden was located right at the front of the house. You go in the massive front doors and it is off to the right separating the entrance to the house and the massive dining hall. I played around with the processing a bit and I like this one at the moment. I am sure at some point I will return to this image and want to change how it looks.

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Beautiful wood and lighting. I wouldn’t relaxing in this garden during winter months.

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