I had the opportunity to photograph a local band, 66 & Main (66 & main website) at the Top Shelf in Ogden on Friday night. Some of you will recognize the name, as I used to play keyboards in that band. Jeff Jensen (Jeff Jensen Photography), and Doug Sims (Simspix) came along too… It was fun! With three photographers all dressed in blank circling the band for a couple of sets, seemed like the Paparazzii were there.
The below are just a selection of the ones I really like.
Here’s my very first Time-Lapse photography attempt. During the setup of the stage for the 66 & Main gig, I set up my camera to take a photo every second. Here’s the video of that. Hopefully it will play ok on the blog site here…
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Got together with Whit and Jessica, and we used his fish tank filled with water to photograph the effect of oil based paint being dropped into the water… Amazing stuff..
Links to some more gigapanos I created of Bryce Canyon.
Link to GigaPan panos that I created.
Finally, Zion NP. We didn’t hike into the park, it was just a case of driving through, and stopping every so often to take photos.
Now we come to the Grand Canyon. There are some panoramic photos on another post. These are normal pictures…
Here we go! I have always wanted to see the Slot Canyons. Well this trip we made sure we got to them. Well worth seeing, even though it does cost some money. They are run by the Navajo Tribe, the guides are good too. At one point he told me to drop my tripod legs and he would clear the people so I can get a clear shot. What a nice guy. Unfortunately, we didn’t get the 11:30am tour. This one would have shown the light beams but at the 1:30pm tour, the light had moved. But even so, they are spectacular. Well worth seeing at any time.
Here’s some pics of the Horseshoe Bend in Page… It got a bit scary to take the pictures. The wind was blowing hard, and you kind of had to wait for the wind to die down before getting close to the edge to take the picture…