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  1. Red Ball

    by , 03-27-11 at 07:34 PM (Indy's Photography Blog)
    An art class I took years and years ago pointed out that capturing someone's attention was as important, if not more so, than the art itself when it came to advertising. The example our teacher gave us was a full spread newspaper ad that had nothing more than a red dot several inches wide centered on the page, along with the name of the company underneath. It was very hard to miss. With that in mind, I was playing around with a couple of shots the other day, using a rubber kong ball our dog plays ...
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  2. It's no Ansel Adams, but...

    by , 03-02-11 at 06:47 PM (Indy's Photography Blog)
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    landscapes in black and white are pretty cool to mess around with. All of the shots here I've taken at one time or another at Palo Duro Canyon.










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  3. Man's Best Friend?

    by , 02-20-11 at 09:00 PM (Indy's Photography Blog)
    I took this picture last summer while we were out camping at Lake Meredith National Recreation Area, about 25 miles north of Amarillo. This is our daughter's brother-in-law, and the dog is his. The dog could be described as being very OCD, until food is involved, and you end up with what you see here

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    Or more like hamburger envy...




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  4. Full Moon Fever

    by , 02-18-11 at 10:30 PM (Indy's Photography Blog)
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    Last night was a really beautiful evening...temps in the 60s 'til around 10pm, partly cloudy skies, just enough clearing to see a bright and full moon.

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  5. My B-17 flight, B&W photojournalistic style

    by , 02-13-11 at 12:32 PM (Indy's Photography Blog)
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    On Sept. 4th, 2010, the Liberty Belle B-17 Flying Fortress made a stop in Amarillo, Texas, as part of it's annual tour around the United States. I, being a former US Navy aircrewman, was extremely excited at the prospect of being able to fly on this amazing piece of machinery. It's a dream I've had for years, ever since I had seen the original "Memphis Belle" B-17 on static display in Memphis, Tennessee, while stationed there with the Navy in 1986.

    When I first arrived
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