Posts tagged “hdr at night

Gaylord Texan Hotel

12/28/2010:


12/13/2010: Modern Art Museum


Victory

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Memorial Tower – Louisiana State University

11/28/2010:


An Honest Day’s Work

11/9/2010:

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The statue at the entrance to McNeese St University in Lake Charles, LA.  The statue, titled “An Honest Day’s Work,” was designed by Fred Fellows of Sonoita, Ariz. He is known for Western figure-genre paintings and sculpture that commemorate cowboy life.  The sculpture, which depicts an 1870-to-1880s-period cowboy, was selected because it resembled the university’s logo. It stands 11 feet tall without the base and is 9 feet 6 inches long and 7 feet wide. It weighs about 2,800 pounds.


Times Square – New York City

11/5/2010:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is a 3 exposure handheld HDR shot of Times Square in New York on a really cloudy, overcast night.  It really is an amazing place to witness at night.  So much flashing before your eyes and so many people rushing around.  When I left my car earlier in the day, it was raining, and was supposed to continue all night.  I decided not to lug my tripod around all day if I was not going to be able to use it.  I guess I learned my lesson, I will always have it with me in the future.  But I think this turned out OK for a handheld shot.  Let me know what you think.


Calcasieu Point Landing – Lake Charles, LA

10/25/2010:

This is the first of a large series of photos that I took this weekend for Champeaux, Evans, Hotard Architects in Lake Charles, LA (www.champeaux.biz for information).

Calcasieu Point Landing is a public park in Lake Charles, LA  Park amenities include a Boat Launch: Calcasieu Point Landing has a three lane public boat ramp which allows access to the Industrial and Intracoastal Canals. These canals are adjacent to nearby Turner’s Bay and Big Lake.  Industrial Canal fishing pier: Offering you access to the same great fishing as from the bank, the fishing pier adds the extra amenity of an open air pavilion that is the perfect place to have a picnic or get out of the sun for a bit. Other Facilities: A full service store is located at the park through a private individual’s lease with the Port of Lake Charles. This store offers snacks, beverages, ice, etc. and live bait when available.