Archive for July, 2010

We put up some new images in the “Industrial” portfolio on the web site the other day. Industrial images are something I’ve been shooting from early on and I still enjoy it a lot. Some might think that shooting construction projects and the like would be totally different, and not so enjoyable, from shooting the […]

6th Jul 2010Posted in: Colorado, Contests, Fine Art, Lanscapes, Px3, Winners, Yellowstone 0

Well, I just found out that I won not one, not two, but three top three prizes in the Px3 photo competition. Px3 (Prix de la Photographie, Paris) is Europe’s largest (entries from 85 countries) and most prestigious photo competition, and probably one of the top five in the world. To say that I won […]

1st Jul 2010Posted in: Uncategorized 0

Lately I’ve been shooting a series of photos of spherical objects with the Canon PS SD 780IS that I keep on my belt all the time. It’s a good camera, though it does lack manual settings which would be nice, but it’s a great size to keep with you at all times. So here’s a […]