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January 17, 2009

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Annapolis One Day HDR Workshop and some other stuff

by josephrossbachphoto

What a busy week! We have been juggling planning the Meadowlark Expo, a big submission of images for next months Photo Techniques Magazine (I am the featured artist and 9 limited edition prints will be available to order through the magazine and their website), getting a presentation put together for next weeks lecture at the South Jersey Camera Club and our one day workshop in Downtown Annapolis. We had a big group of 16 students on the workshop and I would like to extend a big thanks to Karen Messick  for her help in assisting for the day. Karen was absolutely wonderful and did a superb job of helping the clients in the field and classroom. Not an easy task as cold as it was yesterday morning, frigid.

Here are few images I made during the morning shoot. I was too busy jumping back and forth between students to really concentrate on any of the images, so please go easy on me. Joe

 

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2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Jan 17 2009

    Joe, Love the flag and lamp post street shot! Thanks for the mention, we did some icy work this morning on the Susquehanna….in six degree temps. Got some real pretty stuff.

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  2. Jan 18 2009

    Joe,
    Nice stuff and glad to hear you are taking hdr to the interested.
    The American flag image caught my attention. I’m starting to work with non-static hdr’s. The masking element in post processing opens up a wide variety of options.
    Again, good work.
    Best,
    Louis

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