Wyandotte Caves

This post was inspired by my Monday night guilty pleasure, The Bachelor. Yes. I am secure enough with my masculinity to admit that I watch it! But anyway, Brad Womack took his date to a cave in Costa Rica on last night’s episode and that reminded me of Wyandotte Caves. I visited Wyandotte Caves several …

Five Places to Take Pictures in All 50 U.S. States

The “Great American Road Trip” is a dream shared by many, myself included. So I got to thinking about what I would like to do if I were to visit every state in the U.S. There are obviously too many great things in this country for one person to photograph everything in-depth during one lifetime …

Speaking With Pictures

Ever experienced a photo and wondered how the photographer pulled the photo off? It usually starts with an idea or concept. I’ve written a little bit about this topic in the past but I’d like to explore it a little more here. How I came to this conclusion was from something not even photography-related. As …

New Panoramic Photos

With the continuing advancement of digital photography over the past several years, many new techniques are at the disposal of photographers, as well as the opportunity to improve upon one’s vision. With an awesome panoramic stitching program called AutoPano, I was able to stitch together this image with seven images. Initially I shot 11 images …

Triptychs

Taken in sequential order, the first image in this series of photos represents my initial photo of this pre-visualized scene of the Falls of the Ohio and the Downtown Louisville skyline. The middle photo represents my 3rd attempt at shooting the scene in more flattering light but missing the train, and the bottom photo is …

The Crossroads of America

I spent the Labor Day weekend in Indianapolis because I had a free ticket on Sunday to the 2006 NHRA U.S. Nationals. I went up early Saturday morning to go sightseeing since I had never been to the city before. My first stop was the Indianapolis Zoo. It was a nice zoo with decent exhibits …