Category Archives: Photography

Old Gibson and Geiger Photos and Scans

This one works on iPad and android.  Gallery links open a new window.

Gibson Mobile Gallery  Touch the bar, then touch and swipe photos.

The one works only on PC’s

The PC version is nicer.  I’m still working on a better mobile device friendly version.


Found more Rogers and Rymon slides from1984-5

Scanned some “new” slides.  It appears I took them.

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Timelapse Photography

I’m learning how to do time lase movies using my DSLR. Here is an example.

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Aerial Photos over Jenny Jump Farm

Using a very inexpensive radio controlled plane and a $34 video camera (shaped like a car’s remote) I have shot some aerial video.  These are screen captures from video taken at my friend’s house near Belvidere NJ.


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Light Painting 1st Try

Below are some photos I made with laser and light painting.  The process is simple, camera on tripod,  set to long exposure, shut the lights off, hit the shutter release, and paint  your subject with a flashlight.   I promised Bob I would try some.  Here is the first session.


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August Thunderhead

Worth pulling over and pulling the camera out?  You tell me.

Aug 18, 2011 Thunderhead Color

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Parts are Parts

I was roaming the repair shop in my Bro’s equipment business and shot some parts.


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Bruce’s B’Day Party!

I was privileged to be invited to Bruce’s party.  Here are the photos.  Enjoy.

Click through the images right here, or click on one to make it larger.  Hit your “Back” button to return from large image.

Where its At

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3D – Stereo Pairs

Stereo Pairs are created by taking two images offset slightly from each other.  Offset like your eyes are offset, left and right.

A stereo camera can take these to images at the same time.  Stereo cameras are basically two cameras built together side by side.

My “stereo” camera is my single Canon 7D.  I can not take two images simultaneously.  I have to take one image, then shift the camera to the left or right then take another image.

This first image was take from the window of an airplane at 500 or so MPH.  The distance between the two shots is great.  The subject being so far away makes this OK.  To view these images click them to make them larger, then, with your head level with the monitor, slowly cross your eyes until you see three images, the center one is the 3D combination of the left and right images.

To offset my two images left and right I use the “cha-cha” method.  I shift my weight(and hips) to one side, shoot a frame, then shift my weight to the other side, and shoot a frame.  The shift distance is usually OK for normal scenes.  A very rough rule of thumb is to shift the camera 1/30th of the distance to the nearest part of the scene.  Click on the images to make them larger.

I know many many people can not manage the eye crossing thing.  I’m sorry that you can not appreciate the images.  Please indulge me, the effect when successfully viewed is striking and I love the extra (literally) dimension it brings to images.

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It is Black and White.

Black and White and one color in between.   Here some of my B&W conversions.  All are shot in color.  Conversion it an artistic endeavor that takes place in Lightroom, Photoshop, or Silver Efex Pro 2.

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