On short notice, we decided to take a day trip to St. Louis today. When we first woke up this morning the weather didn't look favorable, at 7am St. Louis was showing 94%+ humidity, so we figured we would just find something indoors. But on the way there the sky was overcast, the temperature wasn't … Continue reading Back to the Zoo
I'm doing a little photo and video editing as the weekend winds down and thought I'd post these for all 2 of you that follow this blog. Here's David during his two games of bowling, in which he scored a combined 46! He gets emphatic about doing it himself, so those are 100% his. http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=13615811&server=vimeo.com&show_title=0&show_byline=0&show_portrait=0&color=c9ff23&fullscreen=1 … Continue reading Bowling and Batting Practice
After quite a bit of time sorting and editing, I present to you roughly 9% of the 1600 photos taken on our vacation. http://www.ejiphotos.com/Travel/SFVacation Comments welcome.
Here I sit after day 5 of our vacation, having taken 1,217 photos and recorded approximately 35 minutes of video. As is always the case, juggling the dslr and camcorder turn into quite an exercise. This time around though I've taken a slightly different approach to video. Instead of trying to capture everything I can, I … Continue reading San Francisco Vacation: Photography
Today we received a reprieve from the rain that has been soaking the area, so we decided we were going to make the most of the blue skies and take in some of Illinois' fall colors. After much debate, we settled on going to Pere Marquette State Park by way of Alton, IL so we … Continue reading A Visit to Pere Marquette State Park
We spent this past Sunday afternoon in the park enjoying the great weather. More photos available in the gallery. David loved going down some of the slides all by himself... and with Mom and Dad on the bigger ones.
I apologize for the sparsity of David photos. Here are a few from playing around on the floor tonight.
Over the past few years as I have gotten into photography more, I have been farily successful at ignoring the fact that my monitor(s) weren't the best and probably weren't outputting color correctly. Every now and then I'd tinker with Adobe Gamma but give up after nearly going cross-eyed (you know what I mean if you've … Continue reading Monitor Calibration with the Spyder 3 Pro
Friday night Ana and I were able to make it to our first Cardinals game of the year. The weather was fantastic, the food was delicious, and the Cards handily defeated the Royals. What a great way to spend a Friday night. I of course took my camera and grabbed a few frames. This is … Continue reading Busch Stadium