Monthly Archives: January 2011

January Recap

Well, here we almost are, the end of the first month. Really, I feel like I’ve gotten off to a slow start compared to last  year. This might be a good thing though, since in the middle of this project … Continue reading

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Spherize – Photoshop Challenge from Captivus Living

Here is the original:Here is the edit for this challenge, using the Filter>Distort>Spherize tool in Photoshop: Quick note: I didn’t just use the Spherize filter and call it a day. Before I applied the filter I added on additional background … Continue reading

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#22 – Take a Photo of Gama

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First TCPG Event – Night at the Guthrie

My first TCPG event for 2011 was an open shooting night at the Guthrie Theatre complex in Minneapolis. Around 50-75 photographers and models were there, and we had full run of the entire area with the exception of the theatres themselves. … Continue reading

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#73 – Make a list of 100 things that I like about myself

So 100 things that I like about myself, this should be fun. We go through life being told that if we show appreciation for ourselves that we’re egotistical, prideful, and in one word, douchebags. Yes, this can be true, but … Continue reading

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Influential Photographers – Herb Ritts

Since I basically “came of age” in the late 80s, early 90s Herb Ritts was probably the first photographer to inspire and amaze me. I could stare at the photo he took for Calvin Klein of Marky Mark in his … Continue reading

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#89 – Take 350 Daily Photos

I have friends that have Project 365 photo blogs. The concept is genius and simple: take a photo every day for 365 days. It’s suppose to improve your technical photography skills and causes you to become creative in terms of subjects.   Usually these … Continue reading

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