Sunday August 11, 2019

WARREN CONNECTICUT – More experimentation with focus stacking and HDR. These have been successful from a technical standpoint – the issue is that each image requires dozens of frames with differing exposures and focus points, shot on a tripod. The upside is that the finished product has mored depth of focus and greater dynamic range than is possible with a single image. On a tripod my work tends to be static and dull so these techniques are tools for me but aren’t for every day use.

Day 3587 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

1 photo every day

1 photo everry day
Storage
1 photo every day
LNG tank

On this day seven years ago (day 1030 of one photo every day): Field of flags

Field of Flags
Field of Flags

Saturday August 10, 2019

WARREN CONNECTICUT – This weekend I’m experimenting with focus stacking, a technique that involves multiple images taken at slight different focus points, that a combined by specialized software into an image that has greater depth of field than a single image could. Here’s my first effort.

Day 3586 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

1 photo every day
Tractor

On this date eight years ago (day 664 of one photo every day): Near the UN taken with the camera setup pictured yesterday.

1 photo every day
Near the UN

Thursday August 8, 2019

NEWARK NEW JERSEY – Our son is looking at an apartment in Harrison New Jersey, which immediately abuts downtown Newark across the Passiac River.

Day 3585 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

1 photo every day
Downtown Newark
1 photo every day
Downtown Newark
1 photo every day
Downtown Newark

On this date six years ago (day 1393 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life): Cameras: the state of my gear in 2013.

Cameras
Cameras