I think that I fit pretty easily into the blogger category, but iFan isn’t far off. I really need a NetBook…. Via Boing Boing Gadgets: Technology was once about big things, but smallness rules the day: we are the gear that gets us through it. Augmented and assisted by the gizmos we buy, break andContinue reading “The Gadget Tribes of Technology”
There was a mini-photowalk the other day down in Lehi. Based on my proximity, I couldn’t pass it up. Plus, being able to shoot with Rich Legg, Kim Guanzon, Scott Jarvie, David Daniels, Jeremy Hall, and a few others too is something that you just don’t say no too. Had a fun time, it wasContinue reading “Mini Photo Walking…”
So, I am up on the 18th floor of Zions Bank tower, what a view. ***Update*** These images were all taken with my iPhone, so no complaining about crappy quality. With the clouds and the light, the temple looks like some kind of dystopian structure, rather then the holy edifice that it is.
Many of you that know me and read this blog, (namely Melissa), know that I am totally enamored by the photography of Jonathan Canlas. He is local of Lehi, yet renowned in the world of photography. Since I started following his blog, I have been dying to get my hands on a Holga, and have resisted theContinue reading “Kitsch”
Barking at the Moon, originally uploaded by JeremyHall. I set up the tripod and my 40D mounted on a Sigma 50-500 and a lens doubler, both not high end options, but they are adequate for what I typically use them for. I sighted in the moon and then turned on the Live View function ofContinue reading “Barking at the Moon”
I stumbled onto this picture and just had to post it… Nick Spurlock
Would it sound weird if I said that I went into a dimly lit parking garage and shot some models? I feel fortunate to have gone the Utah Strobist shoot last night up in Salt Lake. There were 30-40 photographers that all convened at the Walker Building for some night strobe shooting. I was reallyContinue reading “The Strobist Shoot…”
Another awesome day in Arizona. Saturday we went to the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Farm. It was great. Hand feed deer, mini-donkeys, Lorikeets, and of course ostrich. One of the highlights was when I was trying to get a close up photo of one of the ostrich, she thought it would be good to try to eat myContinue reading “Rooster Cogburn’s Ostrich Farm”
We just had the best time in Arizona this weekend. Friday, after family portraits we went to the Arizona Desert Museum. Just a beautiful place outside of Tucson that focuses on desert wildlife, animals and ecology. For me this translates into an awesome opportunity to take pictures.
Now, I have been part of the Bain family for a few years now. Every time we get the whole family together it is mess trying to get everyone happy, and the a good picture as a result. We tried to change all of that this time. We took turns doing the framing, and I set upContinue reading “Family Pics… Bain Style.”