Here’s a video I made of our trip to Vegas in 2003. Not exactly Hollywood quality, it was really more of practice. But I know there are some that would want to see. The video is a combo of photos and video I shot while there. Put to the only music that’s appropriate.
Another business trip this time to Austin in July of 2001. It’s pretty miserable in Austin in July (humidity) and hope to never go at this time of year again. I also have a hard time being where there are no mountains. Weird. But their capital building is beautiful and the Alamo is over hyped.
You can view the complete set of
Here’s a few shots of Downtown Albuquerque I took last month. This is along Central Ave, aka Route 66.
61 photos from our trip to Arizona in June of 2003. Includes the Petrified Forest, Montezuma’s Castle, a few pictures from the “metro area”, Sedona, and some place before Sedona in the Verde Valley.
Here is a few photos of the Maverick before I ripped it apart. These photos are from around 1992.
You can view all my Maverick pictures on Flickr.
These photos are from a trip I took to Portland Oregon. Unfortunatety it was for business so I didn’t get to get out much.
I’ve posted some photos of our trip to Las Vegas this week. In the next few days I’ll write some more about the trip.
I took about 100 pictures and almost a hour of video. I put the 25 most interesting pictures on the web. I did much better with the pictures as I think I got a good handle on working the exposure settings on my PowerShot S100. Unfortunately I am hitting its limitation and wishing I had more control. Looks like a new camera will be in the works.
Update 01/25/08: The orginal link has been removed and all the photos have been posted on a flickr set.
What’s most interesting is the camera I took these photos in 2003 with, the Canon Powershot S100, at the time seemed to do a poor job. Most of the photos seemed under exposed. Since then I’ve been going through my photo archives with Aperture and found I was able to really clean them up. It’s amazing what a good job that little camera did after all. Here are a few of my favorites.