Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Lake Tahoe-Part two

From Mono Lake we continued on to Lake Tahoe. Tahoe is a photographic gem, deserving at least a full year to document the full spectrum of seasons and moods the lake can take on. We unfortunately, had two days, two sunsets, not nearly enough. The beautiful weather made shooting comfortable, but left ours skies a bit subjectless. We'll just have to go back!

Portrait of Lucy the pug copyright Jeremey Tripp

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Lake Tahoe-Part one

My wife, two of our best friends and Lucy the pug got away for a long weekend to Lake Tahoe. We hit Mono Lake right at sunset on the way up. Fortunately for the patiently waiting girls, it WAS right at sunset, because Jeremey and I could have been there for hours otherwise. As with many things within the photographic realm, a seemingly unattractive lake to those passing by on the 395 becomes very interesting upon closer inspection. Especially at sunset, it has a majestic presence with a dash of creepy coolness, not unlike the Salton Sea.

The cloud image is one-click art, (under expose the image by a stop or so depending on how much white's in the frame, then auto levels did the rest in photoshop) but we don't get many cool clouds in San Diego, so when I see them I'm like a magpie attracted to something shiny. It makes driving very interesting.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

We have the technology...we will rebuild it, faster, with less clicking

I just aged myself. I actually do remember watching the Six Million Dollar Man as a kid!

The new site's now live! Some new imagery, less clicking. Hope you like it!


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