Archive for the ‘Canon SD800-IS’ Category
Ghosts and Squiggles Jul 13 2008
Ted and Martha Munnecke celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on May 10, 2008 with many friends and family in attendance.
I really like how the focus came out on this picture.
You can see more of my favorite pictures in my Favorites set on Flickr.
This is a photo of a painting of a photo. A close up of a Chuck Close. It looks pretty great.
Pictures from Anna Lisa’s garden in Orinda Dec 25 2007
A good trick I figured out for taking long exposure pictures in the snow is to take a glove, put it on the snow and rest the camera on it. This protects the camera from direct contact with the snow and also gives a handy solid base to get a steady shot.
Some more good shots:
Suiting up before the walk:
2:15 AM self portrait Dec 6 2007
Here are some of my favorite pictures from my April 2007 trip to visit my good friend Damon and his family in China. They live in Guangzhou in Guangdong province. I arrived in Hong Kong, then traveled on to Guangzhou. We took a quick day trip to Macau, then a week-long vacation trip to visit Wulingyuan National Park in Hunan province (the first National Park ever created in China). After we got back to Guangzhou it was soon time for me to begin my return trip back to St. Louis, Missouri, USA, by way of Hong Kong to Seoul, Korea to Chicago and then finally back to St. Louis.
Click picture for title and description. None of these pictures were photoshopped or retouched in any way. The night ones were particularly fun to take with long exposures.
St. Louis Art Museum pictures and video Mar 4 2007
Download full-size panorama (4370 x 972 px)
I made this video with my new camera (Canon SD800-IS) tonight at the St. Louis Art Museum. There was a show called “Art in Bloom” going on and we went with Kathy for dinner and to see a jazz singer.
And here are some of the pictures I took: