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Put Me In Coach

I was once again hanging out at the ball field a couple nights ago. No lugging heavy cameras around. Just me, a Coca-Cola and a bag of peanuts. Enjoying the game and some time with the family. [Read more…]

January 27, 2009 – Fog


Late Night, Foggy Road

Late Night, Foggy Road

I was on my way home around 9:30 PM after a long day and the weather was very typical northern Florida stuff for this time of year. Warm days and cool nights and lots of humidity make for lots of FOG. Traffic was moving slowly and yet, somehow a driver ahead of me attracted the attention of a police officer (reddish lights in the middle of the frame) further slowing down the ride home.

I pulled out my Instinct and made this frame as I crept along around 5 miles per hour as this event unfolded in front of me. I have to admit, I am taking a liking to the kind of raw, grainy images this camera phone produces. The image quality reminds me of a Holga or the really old Polaroids that you had to peel apart and would shake in your hand until the image magically appeared. In cold weather using the Polaroid I remember having to keep a metal sleeve warm that the Polaroid went into to help it develop in cooler temps. (I know, this dates me a bit. What is so bad about a little experience in life?) These camera phone images are quite a change from the image quality that my regular gear produces. It is a step back in time when things sure seemed a lot simpler and life moved at a much easier pace. Memories. Ahhhh…

Data: Samsung Instinct Cameraphone at 9:25 PM in Jacksonville, Florida.


January 11, 2009

January 10, 2009 – Family

The Family Gallery

This family gallery keeps our family close together when distance keeps us apart.

These simple photos are a bond. A bond that allows 4 generations of a family to remain close. They have been given as gifts or simply quick snaps that have been framed. The photo is important in keeping people close to our hearts when distance separates us. Take photographs of your family and print them and put them in a frame to keep or to give. You will be glad you did.

Data: Canon G9, auto mode, ISO 200, f 2.8, 1/60 at 12:05 AM in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 10/365