Cutting Through the Park

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    Here is another shot from the little video I did with Scott Kublin. He followed me around with a video camera for a while and asked me questions. It wasn't planned or anything, but it came out pretty good! I helped him and Rick a bit with their HDR photography while we moved around Olympic Park. That link above takes you to the short version of the video. The longer one is avail in Newsletter #3 -- you get a link there when you subscribe.

    There is a curvy street that cuts through the middle of Olympic Park in Atlanta. It wasn't too far from here where that bomb went off in 1996 Atlanta. I was actually there with my friend Scott Sadowski when it went off! I was not too close to the blast, so I was not in any danger... but we did hear it and see the commotion. So I was there for that bombing AND I was in NYC during 9/11 and saw the 2nd plane hit the WTC. I had meetings in the financial district that day, and we ended up getting stuck in NYC for many days while the airports were shut down. Again, I was not close enough to be in danger... But... I have a knack for being in sketchy situations, I guess!

    from the blog at www.stuckincustoms.com

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    1. Dj Poe 55 months ago | reply

      I love how the colors are so strong and sharp.. Great work once again...

    2. kmiller799 55 months ago | reply

      I love how you captured the city I call home.

    3. Jeanette Runyon 55 months ago | reply

      Great shot. I will be going there in a few months

    4. susan_r4 55 months ago | reply

      Cool shot Trey - absolutely great!!

    5. rafallano 55 months ago | reply

      Impressive shot.

      Really well done, I love it.

      Congratulations for the explore, I believe the shot and you deserves it!!!

    6. mattsantomarco 55 months ago | reply

      Wow! Amazing shot Trey! Hard to believe you near both of the terrible events. It had to be a surreal moment to witness 9/11. I just posted a shot very similar to this but it is not nearly as smooth... I use noiseware like you mention in your tutorial but for night shots, it doesn't always work. Do you also mask in the original sky for your night shots too? If so, how much? Thanks.

    7. Kyaw Sithu 55 months ago | reply

      super cool... great creative

    8. MERI WILD ♥ 55 months ago | reply

      lol, great : )

    9. World through the Lens 55 months ago | reply

      Interesting description of your where abouts on those momentous occasions thanks for sharing the anecdotes--
      as always I do enjoy your photography--
      regards,
      Evan Spellman

    10. paul bica 55 months ago | reply

      awsome shot!!!
      nice video too - keep up the great work trey (no matter what!)

    11. Sharad2020 55 months ago | reply

      great video... and nice photo.. :).. keep up the good work...

    12. Michael Lewis Glover 55 months ago | reply

      Really awesome picture!

    13. Miguel Herrera 55 months ago | reply

      Amazing night shot!!

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      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    14. lsimpkins/THE ONE! 55 months ago | reply

      cool Shot! color! very crisp and clear!

    15. Stuck in Customs 55 months ago | reply

      Thanks all!

      Matt - no - sometimes I only mask in the original... it depends on noise - really . I'm more likely to mask in the daytime sky

    16. gatorgalpics 55 months ago | reply

      Great image ...
      that story - scary.
      Please don't come to Gainesville!
      Kidding ... maybe

    17. Apogee Photography 54 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot! I really enjoyed the video as well! thanks for sharing!!

    18. pbo31 52 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Light STREAM___, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    19. anas altamimi 42 months ago | reply

      Cooooool awesome

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