The deer came wandering around the back of the apartment again. Since so many leaves have fallen off the trees, I was able to get some of the clearest shots I ever had of these guys.
Funny story, I accidentally formatted the card with these photos (as well as the Cat Day photos) before I realized that I hadn’t moved the files to the computer. After a mild freak-out, I remembered from an episode of the awesome This Week in Photo podcast, that a formatted card isn’t wiped clean; it’s just set to allow for new data to be written over the old. I went poking around online for some free recovery software. I eventually came across Ease US Software, which did the job well enough, didn’t cost me anything, and didn’t riddle my laptop with with various super viruses (that I know of). And thus concludes all of my plugging for this particular post.
I give you a photo Maxine as she defends our apartment with her Tube Of Doom.
It’s been a crazy couple of days between job hunting and editing wedding photos. The only time I’ve seen sunlight was when I went out to landscape. Anyway, enjoy this photo of geese I snagged during my last wedding shoot.
Karen and I went out to grab our Halloween punkins yesterday, and I took a few snapshots of the sunset to patch together a panorama.
So, I’ve been shooting pretty much every day but have fallen behind in posting. This was the Kent Cider Fest I shot really quick on my cell phone camera on a walk. Go full screen to see the captions.
Fresh squeezed cider samples.
Not all of the apples made it into the cider. Part of a quick story package I put together on my phone complete with video.
Maybe this will make up for the fact that I never did the obligatory ‘bowl of fruit’ still life.
I tried the hopscoth. I think I messed up because a group of girls laughed at me.
The foam froth that collects at the top of the fresh cider can actually be eaten. It tastes exactly like you think it would.
Bonus phone HDR:
Karen and I went out for a walk before I took my friend out for a driving lesson. Don’t forget to check the captions.
That moment when a typo becomes an awesome five-minute Photoshop project.
I took a few hours to go shoot Kent’s annual air show for Lost in Oscar Hotel this weekend. Don’t forget to scroll over the photos; some have captions. Fun fact; I listened to Kenny Loggin’s Danger Zone on repeat while editing this shoot.
I saw a nearby mother point to this decal and say to her kid “Look sweety, a camel!”
A pilot at the Kent Air Show. This photo became a part of the Lost in Oscar Hotel project.
Before working yesterday, I took about an hour to shoot some flower photos in Mrs. Gilley’s Garden. I know how much seeing those pictures helps her, so I thought I could take the time to do something for her. Granted, there aren’t nearly as many flowers as there used to be, but I hope the gesture comes across just as well.