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Turbodorks get together, Mangohick, VA.

This past weekend I drove the wagon down to see some friends from turbobricks in the Richmond VA area. Had a great time and watched some friends consume copious amounts of Highlife. Why they would bother with such a subpar beverage is beyond me. However, it made for some nice photo ops. There were lots of DSLR’s there, so I was able go full out photo nerd for most of the day; I was even able to play with some new gear. Thanks Todd.
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Seamless white with Brian the Funny Magic Dude

So I finally broke down and purchased a 9’x36′ roll of seamless white paper to practice on. I built some light flags out of some pieces of plywood I had laying around and hung the paper from the ceiling of my garage. After rolling the paper out, I laid 2 4×8 sheets of tile board for Brian to stand on. I got this tip from Zach Arias’ white seamless tutorial he did on his blog months ago. I shot a lot of photos due to the fact that Brian wanted to do some animations, however I’ll just post a couple. I learned a lot during this shoot, and realized I need a new lens that doesn’t suck on Seamless, since all of mine do. I also realized I need at least 1 other alienbees strobe to light the background, the speed lights just don’t have enough juice. So if anyone wants to buy me another Alien Bees B800, hit me up! At anyrate, I look forward to shooting some more seamless white.

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Easter Proofs

I was able to shoot my sisters family on Easter Sunday, which turned out to be quite the challenge due to kids being hopped on candy and less than ideal scenery.   I tried to keep the angles low and utilize the falling sun to my advantage.  Overall, I’m fairly pleased with the results.
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Surf Spot

Nikon D70, Nikkor 80-200, Tamron 1.4x extender, ISO 200, 280mm, f/3.5, 1/1000 sec.

Moon over the Atlantic

Project 2 entry by Greg Keysar

Project 2 entry by Greg Keysar

Nikon D70, Tokina 12-24, ISO 200, 12mm, f/4.0, 26.0 sec

Drift Car HDR

HDR photo from a photo shoot of a Volvo 242 Turbo I did while at the Carlisle Import Kit Replica show this past weekend.


“Drift Car HDR”

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Nikon D70, Tokina 12-24, circular polarizer
4 exposures, 2 stops apart, hand held

Gas can what? Gas can burn.


“Gas can burn.”

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project 1 {a gas can} entry by Greg Keysar


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