My son, playing with a sparkler in the backyard.
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Ryan inside the old Power Plant at the Navy Yard in North Charleston, SC. Thanks to the City of North Charleston for granting us access to the place, it’s one helluva great location (just make sure Tetanus shots are up-to-date…)
Some of the first shots with the new Canon 5D MkII and 50mm f/1.4 lens. I think they’re keepers.
While driving over the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge in Charleston, SC – left hand on steering wheel, right hand holding camera, shooting straight up out of the moon roof, burst mode. I got the idea from someone in the monthly Photography Meetup, although probably not … Read More →
@ the Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany
Not sure what the device is, but this is exactly as shot (besides the cropping) while holding the camera at arms length… (In other words, I lucked out!) @ the Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany
“Over 10,000 open-mouthed faces coarsely cut from heavy, circular iron plates cover the floor.” Shalechet (Fallen Leaves) by Menashe Kadishman – inside the Memory Void, Jewish Museum Berlin, Germany. Here is a video shot by Fredrik with his FlipVideo…