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BRENT PENNINGTON Sunrise ignites the sky over the north end of Lackawanna State Park on the morning of 10 August 2013.

A partial skunking

This was the view I was treated to Saturday morning, for about ten minutes.  Of which eight were spent driving down the highway on my way to the…

BRENT PENNINGTON Sunset turns the Endless Mountains pink, looking across a newly-plowed cornfield towards the west from near Abington Area Community Park on the evening of 06 May 2013.

Simple Clicks – pink sunset

Admission time – I did some color adjustment to these photos. The sunset itself did have a soft pink quality to it, which didn’t quite come through in…

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Adobe’s Creative Cloud

The news about Adobe’s new Creative Cloud model is pretty much common knowledge now; there’s been plenty of posts about it on other sites. Some of those just…

Fountain in the downtown park in Honesdale, PA, on the afternoon of 15 July 2012.

Messin’ around in Photoshop

It’s been hot and I haven’t been out shooting images the way I should be.  Which means I’ve been bored, so to compensate I’ve been messing around in…

Panorama of Little Rocky Glen on the morning of 24 May 2012.

Some thoughts on perspectives

It occurs to me that I may have been geeking out on too much gear lately.  New cameras, new lenses, old lenses – it’s all fun, but it’s…

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Simple Clicks – Twilight HDR

After last week’s post on HDR, and especially my inability to fully grasp it, I decided to give it another try. Just before the observatory lecture began, I…

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My thoughts on HDR

HDR photography has been around for several years now. In fact, I can remember when the rage started and everyone ran out and started shooting multiple bracketed exposures…

The "Improved" Version

Fakin’ It?

I grew up and took my first pictures in the film era. I developed film and made prints in an honest-to-God darkroom that reeked of chemical smells. Whatever…

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Adobe Bridge & Why it Works for Me

Compared to Lightroom, Adobe Bridge takes a lot of trash talk. As one big-name photographer put it, “It comes free with Photoshop. You get what you pay for.”…

Portrait of Mandy Boyle taken on the afternoon of 18 February 2012.

Review – VSCO Film Plugin

Maybe it’s just trendy right now, but for the past year or so I’ve seen a lot of photos processed to look like old film prints. Real film…

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Digital Graduated ND Filters

A graduated ND filter is standard in the bag of any landscape photographer, right next to the polarizer. But unlike the polarizer (which can’t be reproduced in post-processing),…

September Update

Not much personal photography the past few weeks, due to a mix of work and play.  Well, work and work is more like it…business work and at-home work….