a First Person Shooter of Sorts

April 27, 2007

Added

Filed under: Uncategorized — vaughnsphotoart @ 7:20 am

The following were added to Vaughnsphotoart.com:

No Escape

http://www.vaughnsphotoart.com/index.php?page=no-escape

Woodruff Falls

http://www.vaughnsphotoart.com/index.php?page=woodruff-falls

Seed

http://www.vaughnsphotoart.com/index.php?page=seed

Sinew on Stone

http://www.vaughnsphotoart.com/index.php?page=sinew-on-stone

Woodruff Two

http://www.vaughnsphotoart.com/index.php?page=woodruff-two

Viaduct

http://www.vaughnsphotoart.com/index.php?page=viaduct

Vultures in Tree

http://www.vaughnsphotoart.com/index.php?page=vultures-in-tree

Under the Rain

Taggart Transcontinental

http://www.vaughnsphotoart.com/index.php?page=taggart-transcontinental

Pillow of Winds

http://www.vaughnsphotoart.com/index.php?page=pillow-of-winds

April 25, 2007

Viaduct

Filed under: Uncategorized — vaughnsphotoart @ 7:37 pm

April 13, 2007

infrared obelisk

Filed under: black and white photography, canon 5d, infrared photography, photography — vaughnsphotoart @ 12:40 am

Canon 5d
50mm F1.8
Hoya r72 ir filter

April 12, 2007

I’m thrilled to report the Canon 5d is infrared capable

I’ve been wondering if the 5d was able to take IR photos, and found at least one website that said it was. I decided to give it a try, and ordered a Hoya r72 filter for my 50mm F1.8 lens (since it has the widest aperture). It came yesterday and I took it out at lunchtime to test it. Not only does it work, but the results are better than I was getting with my Canon G5. Here’s an example shot:







The only downside as compared to the G5 is that you had the option to look through the viewfinder when setting up the shot, and it also tried to auto expose so you’d get a faint but visible image in the viewfinder. With the 5d, when you look in the viewfinder, you are looking through the lens, and so having an opaque black filter mounted makes it very difficult to focus and align the shots. For the shot above, I ended up removing the filter, setting the aim and focus, and then carefully putting the filter back on to shoot. But, it came out well enough to make it worth the extra trouble, so I’m not complaining. :)

April 11, 2007

No Escape

Filed under: black and white photography, canon 5d, nature photography, photography — vaughnsphotoart @ 7:11 am

I captured the bird in this shot purely by chance, and loved the way it came out.

April 9, 2007

Seed

Filed under: Uncategorized — vaughnsphotoart @ 1:46 pm

April 6, 2007

Sand Gullies

Filed under: Uncategorized — vaughnsphotoart @ 6:34 pm

In The Eddy

Filed under: Uncategorized — vaughnsphotoart @ 6:02 pm

And to offset the blurry concrete, some tack sharp water

Filed under: Uncategorized — vaughnsphotoart @ 4:46 pm


This was shot at Blue Hole near Elizabethton, TN with a Canon 5d and a Sigma 70-300mm

Unnamed, but interesting

Filed under: Uncategorized — vaughnsphotoart @ 4:40 pm

Caught sight of this unused tunnel in Elizabethton, TN. This was shot with a Canon 5d, with a Lensbaby 3d lens.

April 5, 2007

Do not fold or spindle this blog entry.

Filed under: Uncategorized — vaughnsphotoart @ 9:49 pm

Weird little bit of surrealism from Shutterbug mag. They sent me a renewal notice… form on top, a little sales pitch below that. At the bottom of the letter, the following text: “Click on http://www.shutterbug.com”

I tapped it once with a pen just to make sure.

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