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July 1, 2008


Dr. Roger Geyer has a friend who is a PhD student (just defended her dissertation) at UVA. I was attending a LOOK3 photo workshop at UVA and Dr. Geyer recommended her as a photo subject. The workshop was focusing on people and the “puzzle of the picture”. Eunhee is a beautiful introspective student who has both a serious, intelligent and charming sides.

I liked the soft serious look contrasted by the old warehouse.

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Dr. Geyer’s second friend, who has modeling experience, came on the same shoot as Eunhee. A great lady with a normally effervescent smile.

I asked her to get in a serious mood.
I like this photo because her expression seems sad and longing.

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Quick Shoot

I was out training some ladies on how to run and dock a boat.
A heron moved and I shot the Canon Mark III 1D with very little time
to set the camera. Lucky shot with a nice reflection.

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July 7, 2008

Zinnias at VB

Stoney's field looks nice again. Cannot get away from the color.

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July 19, 2008

Lynnhaven Sunset

Depth of field shoot; 5D Canon, 1/100 sec at f25, ISO 100,
70-200mm f2.8 at 95mm on a tripod.
The fishing pole, to waterway marker, to crane on the bridge-tunnel,
to a hint of the vessel on the other side ..
Lot of detail.

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July 22, 2008

White Egret or White Heron etc

Egrets everywhere today.
Canon Mk III-1D,70-200mm f2.8 with 2x at 165mm, ISO100,1/1000 sec at f5.6
Actually had been shooting the egret in the back ground as
this fellow cruised on through.

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July 29, 2008

Bonaire, N.A. Windsurfing B

KIds was smoking that board !

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