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A most fabulous photowalk with Trey Ratcliff

Edit:  Eight more photos added. (8/14)
Edit 2: Two new and One re-edit posted. (8/17)

A few weeks ago, I got an odd e-mail about my Google+ community; Atlanta Photography being used for Trey Ratcliff’s Atlanta Photowalk.  Sadly, if you’re reading this and weren’t there, you missed it.  You can read the details here.  People have been posting their photos to my g+ group with the tag #TreyUSA and #AtlantaPhotowalk.

Enough words though.  You all come here for the same reason you surf the web and (if you’re old enough to remember them) buy *those* magazines.  You know the ones I’m talking about.

So here are the first fruits of the Photowalk last night.  There will be many more images added to this gallery over time.  I took almost a thousand shots in 3-shot bracketed groups.  HDRI is the focus of Trey’s work so of course I had to shoot for HDRi.  I shot these at +2, 0, -2 stops which gives me somethign on the order of 16 stops of dynamic range (have to confirm that number when I can find the time.. it’s off the top of my head and may be even wider than that).

Enjoy the photos.

A few quick edits of photos from LibertyCon 28

LibertyCon is held at the Chattanooga Choo Choo hotel in Chattanooga, TN in late June every year.   This year was the 28th anniversary of the convention and the first time they sold out.   They have a hard cap of 700 tickets and they capped a few weeks before the convention.

I haven’t had time to do more than log the photos into Lightroom and pick a few that really jumped out at me to do a basic edit and export.  Many, many more will follow over the next couple of weeks, including the wedding that happened Thursday night.

Enjoy.  And for a change, they’re all work safe.

A Beacon in the Dark

More pulls from the deep archives.  This one taken in 2009 of one of my favorite skyscrapers in downtown Atlanta.

A Beacon in the Dark.

A Beacon in the Dark.

A colorful city.

Two photos of Atlanta (one downtown, one in Kennesaw, just a few miles northwest of downtown) showing the fabulous variety of color you can capture with very little effort; just timing and luck.

high rise buildings with storm clouds at sunset.

High Rises at Sunset

Blue lights in fog.

Blue lights in fog.