Tag Archives: Dirty

In Your Face

Interesting foreground elements and leading lines can turn a ho-hum scene into something more compelling. Although there were a number of great individual elements in this abandoned warehouse to shoot, creating an interesting composition that included a large chunk of them required a bit of thinking. Nobody wants to look at a pile of discarded […]

If You Build It? – Cold Storage

Today, another in the ‘If You Build It?’ series from the abandoned baseball diamond in Seebe, Alberta. I initially saw this fridge/freezer from the back while I was taking a few shots inside the old snack shack, but when I walked outside and looked back in through this window, I knew I had a winner. […]

Smoke Break?

I’ve said this before, but one of the coolest things about this whole social networking thing is meeting so many other like-minded people who share the same passion for HDR photography that I do. Twitter has been a gold-mine for finding and connecting with these wonderful people, and I feel very lucky to be a […]

Cedarbrae Bus Shelter from the Archives

Since I’m heading to Las Vegas tomorrow morning and won’t be back until late next week, I thought I’d post another photo right now since I’ll probably be skipping my post next week. This past weekend I took the time to watch the HDR presentation Trey Ratcliff gave at Google Headquarters in California. I’m not […]