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Sky Replacement and Accurate Color Blending in Photoshop CS6

**UPDATE: Be sure to check out the video I made to go along with this tutorial, found at the bottom of this post.** Some of the most powerful and visually aesthetic content in both landscape and architectural photography lies not in the foreground, but in the sky. A salient and impactful visual property, skies enhance […]

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Photos: Shadowing the Fort Worth Police Department

On Friday afternoon I was invited to take a ride out with a Fort Worth Police Officer in Fort Worth, Texas. I spent the evening taking photos and driving around the North Central division. The weather was cold, windy, and occasionally rainy, resulting in decreased criminal mischief. The duration of the ride-along was relaxing, as […]

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Reverse Geotagging on Instagram – Tag Anyplace from Anywhere

Oh. My God. The issue of geotagging on Instagram has plagued my life since Columbus set sail for America. I’ve been working on a solution to this problem for months, and Google was no help… I am an avid user of Instagram (MaskerPhoto), and, frequently, when I upload images to my Instagram account I like to […]

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New Website Photo!

Just had to share. Special thanks to Scott Young Photography in Flower Mound, TX for shooting this awesome photo. I love it!

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Sam Hurd and Amazing Photos

Today I read an article by Gizmodo editor Michael Hession that I thought was just amazing, and I have to share it. “Photographer Sam Hurd describes on his blog how to use [a prism] to produce some stunning results. Hurd shows off his the technique when photographing couples, but the same idea is begging to be put to […]

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Look at this Instagram (Nickelback Parody)

ROFL!! Had to share! My favorite part: Sometimes I just wanna browse, A hundred thousand pics of clouds Hang on, I need to get this duck Hold still, goddamn it, fuck!

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Picasso's Napkin

The story goes that Picasso was sitting in a Paris café when an admirer approached and asked if he would do a quick sketch on a paper napkin. Picasso politely agreed, swiftly executed the work, and handed back the napkin — but not before asking for a rather significant amount of money. The admirer was […]

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Picasso’s Napkin

The story goes that Picasso was sitting in a Paris café when an admirer approached and asked if he would do a quick sketch on a paper napkin. Picasso politely agreed, swiftly executed the work, and handed back the napkin — but not before asking for a rather significant amount of money. The admirer was […]

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Best Western International, Inc. Copyright Infringement – 2012

It has come to my recent attention that Best Western International, Inc. has stolen one of my images for commercial use. This blog entry documents my communication efforts with Best Western as the situation unfolds.

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On Photography: Facebook, Praise, and the Subsequent Reality

Many of my friends, neighbors, (and of course immediate family members) know that I’m a full-time freelance photographer. Since graduating college my photographic posts on social media platforms such as Facebook and Google+ has ballooned exponentially as I frequently publish what I believe to be the best quality photographs that I’m currently capable of producing, […]

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