Posts Tagged ‘HDR’

While traveling south on a photo adventure last week my friend and I stopped to photograph some rather unique abandoned buildings. Situated at a busy crossroads in a rural setting, they more than stood out with their bold, abstract expressionistic designs. Odd and fascinating they provided a fun subject as I set out to photograph […]


A couple of weeks ago I went on a photo shoot to Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, along with some friends. I have lost count of how many times I have been there. This February day it was very cold and we weren’t planning on staying long so I went my own way and got […]


On my way home from a photography outing, I stopped at a place I had been eyeing for years. Maybe I was waiting for time to make it just right. On close inspection I saw some details that I liked. A colorful, granny square afghan hung in one window and lace curtains in others. The […]


Going Back

23Mar13

A few weeks ago I took a second trip back to the Lonaconing Silk Mill in Western Maryland. When ‘time was up’ there last summer they practically had to drag me out. I knew there were many more subjects left to photograph and I wasn’t done! Having shot a lot of the machinery and wider […]


I was out doing errands recently and spotted an old house in the distance that I had never noticed before. I drove a little closer to investigate and saw that it was abandoned and on private property behind a large historic home. I was about to write down the address when the owner drove up […]


You are cordially invited to attend the opening of my virtual 2012 Gallery at: http://www.denisebush.com/photo_home.html The exhibit features 40 favorite images from 2012. Displaying my work this way has been a 1o year tradition, dating back to my digital beginnings in 2003. The pages are easy to navigate by clicking on the ‘first/next photo’ link. […]


Sounding like a travel log, perhaps too I often, I decided to write a haiku that describes how I felt while shooting at an old abandoned silk mill this past summer.  Writing a haiku can be fun because it doesn’t take much of a commitment to come up with one. They are comprised of 5 […]


Inside Fonthill

07Jul12

In May I had the opportunity to shoot inside Fonthill Castle in Doylestown, PA. Photography inside is not normally allowed however photographer and workshop leader, John Barclay graciously invited me when he had an opening in a shoot he had planned with Tony Sweet and a few friends. I had been there a little over […]


And More HDR

28Aug09

OK! I gave up on a couple of the images I was struggling with and have moved on. Here is one I am pleased with. This was the last shot of the day. I saw the sun beaming through this door and set up my tripod. Of course that was when the heavens decided to […]


More HDR

27Aug09

Here are a couple more images from last weekend’s HDR workshop. There are a few I have been struggling with to get the look I’m after. I’m determined to keep at it and hopefully will post them at a later date. One thing I learned is that each image is different. There is a lot […]