Here are a few photos of the High Roller in Las Vegas.
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Here's another photo from my recent trip to Monterey, California. I tried a little different processing technique than I usually use. I love the tones and warmth it gave to the image.
Anytime I book a trip to a new place I do a google image search for photo hotspots or must see landmarks. I love visiting places like 500px.com that are full of incredible images. This is a great source for inspiration that helps me put together a list of must see locations. However, in doing this, I have found that the online images rarely match what you find in reality. I have found that in many cases it takes a good deal of photoshop afterwards to match the vision that has developed in my head of what the photograph "should" look like as a result of this research. Here are some examples from a few recent trips. I've included the pre-photoshoped images to compare the changes that were made.
Some times these changes can be very time consuming, but in my opinion the final piece of art is well worth the effort.
Hope everyone has a happy forth of July. Here's one of my favorite firework photos.
The guys over at Artisan State featured two of my photos from New York City this past week. It's always cool having someone like your photos enough to feature them on their site.
Here are some photos from the FDR Memorial in Washington D.C..
Here are a few of my favorite shots from a recent trip to D.C..
The other day I saw a pretty cool computer wallpaper of a tree in a broken glass ball. I thought it would be fun to try and recreate it with some of my photos. Here's the result. Enjoy!