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Contemplating the Possibility – The Dying Breed

Part of The Dying Breed project.

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Don’t Tread On Me – The Dying Breed

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Majority Rules

Description: Looking down upon a section of PETCO park that was left empty during the Padres game.  I would have loved to have one person sitting in one seat randomly, with a bright red, yellow, orange top, but this entire section was blocked off, so I could not get very creative. Location:  San Diego, California Date […]

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The Biggest Fan

Description:  My father used to take me to the Padres games all the time when I was a kid.  If it wasn’t for him taking me to these games, I’m not sure how else I would have fallen in-love with Cotton Candy, Cracker Jacks, and the overload of salt from eating peanuts.  This past Father’s […]

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All Business – The Dying Breed

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A New Photography Project: The Dying Breed

Last year, I started a 52 week project, My Surrounding Neighborhoods, that I ended up not completing.  I’ve realized that I enjoy and thrive at photography projects that do not have time restrictions or mandates, such as my current Black and White Dollar Portrait (BW$P) Project.  Even though I have a hard time approaching random people and […]

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Alcatraz

Description:  Alcatraz is another one of those landmarks that constantly amazes me.  The amazement stems from not only the site of this old prison, sitting alone on an island 1.5 miles off the coast of San Francisco, but also, the fact that people flock to see this prison day-in and day-out.  The view of the […]

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Ride With Me

Description:  I recently read that the Canon 18.0-200.0 mm lens, when shooting at 200mm, works very well as a macro lens.  So, I put it to the test here.  I found it doesn’t exactly do “macro” exactly, but does allow you to get up close and personal with your subject while providing an awesome depth […]

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Dirty Love

Description:  It is amazing the things you see while walking around with your camera.  I can’t say I would not have seen this fire hydrant had I not had my camera with me, but I’m certain I would not have cared as much about the “I Love You” graffiti on it. If you are photo enthusiast […]

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WordPress and Shared SSL

Over the weekend, I decided to move my website, once again, to BlueHost. DomainsMadeEasy just wasn’t cutting it. I constantly received “down” messages and when I called support, they dismissed me and refused to live up to their 99.9% SLA. Upon migrating over, I wanted to be sure to take advantage of the shared SSL […]

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Your Majesty

Description:  I took a stroll with my camera during lunch yesterday, as I try to do as often as possible.  When I came to the Transamerica Pyramid, I stopped and stared for awhile.  It’s amazing how many times you can walk by a building and still be in awe when seeing it. Before capturing the […]

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Photo Shoot with Institute on Aging

I recently had the opportunity to work with the Institute on Aging (IOA) capturing a few images they needed for an upcoming newsletter they are distributing.  I had actually approached IOA over a year ago about doing photography for them.  I had an interest in working with seniors and a possible interest in doing senior […]

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