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Just as it was back in September 2006 when I decided to hone my photographic craft and take it in a new direction while I was living in Cincinnati, so it goes again with my decision to move to Chicago. Cincinnati was a good town, but Chicago has so much more to offer photographically that I'm very excited about the challenge.
Hocking Hills State Park
5 Image HDR
Cedar Falls is probably one of the more unique and beautiful falls in the state of Ohio and almost always has a least some amount of flow on it no matter what time of year it is. As many times as I've been to this falls it's getting harder to find a new perspective so I thought I would hop in the creek and shoot from there. This was taken with my new 9-18mm wide angle lens, which at the time I didn't have any filters for yet. Luckily for me the clouds thickened up and moments later it started raining. The original plan was to hit nearby Hidden Falls after returning to the car for some rain gear, but once my daughter and I got up there we changed our minds and went to the swirl just above the falls.
One of Ohio Central's unattractive patched Canadian Pacific SD40-2's sits tied down on the head-end of an empty coal train in Coshocton, Ohio. A nearly full moon lit up the night sky on the clear night.
Harvest bounty along OH241 near Mount Hope, Holmes County, Ohio. This almost looks like 3D. Pretty cool, huh? :o).
Miami Whitewater Forest
Great Parks of Hamilton County
Another Great Ohio Park
Taken with my iPhone 5s
A nuclear power plant in Ohio, I was stopped by security for taking photos (even though there were no signs posted that taking photos was prohibited), and they made me erase all of the carefully composed images, but later they let me take just this photo on the spot without any thought into composition, anyway the smoke formations are impressive no matter the angle. I can't disclose exactly where in Ohio this is, or if Homer Simpson works there.
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Camera: Canon 5DmkII
Lens: EF 17-40mm f/4,0 L
Focal Length: 17mm
f Stop: 9
Shutter Speed: 0.6 s
Filter: Reverse ND 0.9
Tripod: Yes, Giottos MT8361
The skyline at the city of Columbus, Ohio. We camped here a couple of days and disc golf at an amazing disc golf course just outside of the city. Unfortunately I totally forgot the name of the town where that discgolf course was located...
Have a nice day everyone!
a sunrise over the pond in my wife's parents backyard. This is an "HDR" made using photoshop cs3. This was my first real attempt at creating in image using any kind of "HDR" technique. Thankfully the sunrise that day was really nice!
Taken from Lookout Point in Rising Park. This is a x7 Panorama composed of x5 HDRI exposures each. The final was stitched in CS4, sharpened, an adjustment mask or two, curves and a signature.
Ohio weather, love it one day hate it the next. Today is a hate day!
Been sick all weekend, catching up today, thanks for looking!
Ashtabula County, Ohio
See more like this in my Ashtabula County album:
More Info here: brook-ward.com/blog/2014/9/15/ohio-theater-panorama
An old train station in Ohio. Shot as an HDR and added a texture in PS.
Gigantic building. Had a nice lunch inside.
Fantasy colourisation of a sunset in Cleveland, Ohio, shot through a sixth floor window of the Cleveland Airport Marriott hotel.
See these images, taken a minute later:
"Pastel Sunset"; www.flickr.com/photos/joan-marie/8933971252/
Shooting info: RAW; handheld with remote shutter release, auto focus, master pixel size 14.6 (now 9.2 MP)
Processing: cropped along the top; colour & light adjusted in Aperture 3