Monthly Archives: November 2015

I Have Been Meaning to Share

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The picture above is from a trip to Scranton Lace Factory in 2014. I have a folder where I save images that I plan to share or blog about and just realized this image is almost a year old and it has never seen to light of day so to speak.

Scranton Lace Factory is located in Scranton, PA. The company was founded in 1890 and the factory was closed in mid-shift sometime in 2002. The site has been undergoing cleanup for the last several years and I know the owners have big hopes for redevelopment of the site.
It was a great location to shoot, but I suspect the best shots were from a time when the site was truly abandoned.

 

Smokies Wrap-up

_DTR0039A couple of weeks ago we wrapped up our Fall Foliage Tour in the Smokies. Temperatures were great during the day and cool evenings produced some fantastic fog. Overall fall color was a little late this year, but we were able to get peak color on the last days of our tour. This made for happy photographers!
Next year Denise and I will be doing our fall color tour in the Finger Lakes region of New York and we are super excited to share this new destination with our clients.

Speaking of next year, to celebrate the Nature Visions Expo were are offering a discount on our 2016 tours until the end of the month. Come visit us at Nature Visions or sign up on our website.

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Restoration

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On my way down to the Smokies for our Fall Color Tour I stopped along the way to check out some old cars. Most of the cars were in a field with grass almost as tall as me, so I did not get to shoot most of the cars. But I was treated to a tour of the owner’s restoration shop. She commented that some clients are skeptical because the shop is pretty old and not very fancy. I told her I totally understood because some people incorrectly attribute a great picture to the type of camera used. At that point I knew we understood each other.

I think she was skeptical when I said I wanted to shoot this Chevy from the 30’s. After all it’s in primer. But I loved the shape of it and the spot lighting.

By the way I did see one of their completed vehicles and it was beautiful.

I used Topaz Star Effects on the lights.   Check out our discounts page if you think you could use Topaz Products in your workflow.