Before the Coffee

July 22, 2010

Photomatix Tutorial updated

Filed under: Chesapeake Bay, HDR — beforethecoffee @ 12:19 pm

I just updated my Photomatix Tutorial with screen shots of the yet to be released Ver4.0. Lots of new features and a new interface look.

That’s Venus under the Moon.


September 9, 2009

Moonrise over the Bay

Filed under: Chesapeake Bay — Tags: , , , , — beforethecoffee @ 4:35 pm

A light breeze over the Bay
Thin clouds embrace the moon
Water settles in for the night
Another summer comes to a close


August 18, 2009

I’d Rather Not Wonder About That Today

Filed under: Chesapeake Bay, people — beforethecoffee @ 10:06 pm

It was one of those foggy rainy days and I decided to go for a walk along the bay. I came upon a dead horseshoe crab and decided to take a pic of the two of us. Horseshoe crabs are pretty cool creatures, they have passive personalities, they move slowly, and they are always happy when you turn them right side up and point them back into the bay.

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I'd Rather Not Wonder About That Today

August 4, 2009

It was so nice to relax and spend time with you

Filed under: Chesapeake Bay, HDR — Tags: , , , , , , — beforethecoffee @ 9:02 am

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July 2, 2008

We Can Do This

Filed under: Chesapeake Bay, HDR — Tags: , , , , , , — beforethecoffee @ 4:18 pm

SeaStudios came to me for some images to use in a video they were producing. I had no idea who they were, until now. Sea Studios Foundation is dedicated to raising environmental literacy and motivating action in the US and internationally to address urgent threats to our planet’s health.

I don’t think many people would disagree with the fact that what we are doing to our earth is unsustainable – Tim Pawlenty, Govenor of Minnesota.

This high quality video production certainly raises awareness of our need to control climate change. Please watch this 14 minute video, your earth needs you to care.

The video is full of wonderful photography and video clips. Many images are HDR (see if you can pick them out) and I suspect many flickr users donated them.

I typically allow non-profit organizations to use my images at no charge, and for causes you believe in, I urge you to do the same. Your donated photography can be used to increase awareness and make a difference.

Here are my two images used in the video:

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