The Kennedy Center is awash in cool blue color from the Nordic Cool light exhibit.
Every time I go out to Skyline Drive there’s always this old tree along the drive that I notice. The tree always looks to be out of place, different then the other trees along the drive.
If you’ve got a new Canon 600EX-RT Flash, you might want to check out the Photo Tuts+ website. They just posted a nice article on how to use this new flash from Canon.
The Washington Post has an interview with Norm Hatch. His might not be a name you recognize, but I’m sure you’d recognize a photo he witnessed happen in real life. He was there when Joe Rosenthal, a photographer for the Associated Press, took the famous photograph of Marines raising the flag at Iwo Jima:
It’s amazing what you can find when you look through your hard drive. For instance, how about a large high resolution image of the Georgetown Waterfront? The hard drive is quickly becoming the attic full of treasures.
An early (cold) morning sunrise at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, MD.
Some pretty cool photos here of swarming starlings at sunset. A swarm of 50,000 birds all moving together in the sky provided an extra added element for photographer Keith Morris. There’s even a video of the birds moving together at the link.
Happy Valentine’s day everyone! I figure the most common color associated with Valentine’s day is red. Therefore, what better to post on Valentine’s day then a photograph that’s almost all red!
Pretty cool examples of the use of perspective photography here. Perspective photography is when you line up items in the shot so that small items look large and/or large items look small. With some careful planning you can easily do them!