Written by admin on November 7th, 2011
I had some fun during our trip to Switzerland this summer playing with HDR apps for IOS. I’ve done HDR the hard way, but these apps do a great job. The biggest problem is keeping the device steady. I tried both HDR Pro and HDR Fusion. Both did a serviceable job. My personal preference is HDR Pro, but both are great so draw your own conclusion.
Here’s a shot around my family’s house in Switzerland.
And here is the HDR version taken with HDR Pro:
Written by admin on September 5th, 2011
We recently visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Naturally we went nuts with the cameras. The Art Museum, of Rocky fame, has a great exhibit of ancient civilizations. Here’s a shot I took with a Canon 7D.
Written by Dave Reynolds on August 4th, 2011
I’m delighted to have contributed to the TWiP blog…here’s some lessons learned on an outdoor fashion shoot in Manhattan…
Written by Dave Reynolds on August 3rd, 2011
I have always understood why nature photographers do what they do. Our planet provides an amazingly rich assortment of striking images to capture. Combine that with a good macro lens and you have the power to capture a completely alien world. Sadly, our macro lens is in for repair, so this image was taken with our Canon 7D and Tamron 16-50 f/2.8 DX. It did a nice job, so no complaints from me.
This photo was taken in my mother-in-law’s garden. As my wife is Swiss we are fortunate to have connections to one of the most picturesque places on the planet. The Alps are amazing and there are plenty of opportunities for making phenomenal imagery of extreme skiers and snowboarders as well as the landscape of the Alps and Jura mountains. However, if you’re ever here, take some time to appreciate the smaller things in the world.
Written by admin on July 3rd, 2011
Sorry, a little bare here at the moment. We just got a new dehydrated WordPress blog and added water. We’re getting ready to fill it with amazing photography content.
Actually, it could also be incoherent ramblings.
In any case, this is The Clueless Photographer 2.0, which replaces the long defunct Clueless Photographer Blog. This one will not be cluttered with Google adwords and will focus only on photography, photographic toys and the process of learning to make better images.
Stay tuned and enjoy!