I have been looking forward to the end of this week for a while now. I only have a few days left to get through, then I will have a much-awaited break! Above is a photo that I took the last time I was in South Carolina a few years ago. I hope to have … Continue reading Day 70 – Anticipation and Excitement
First, good news! The photo of blueberries I posted yesterday is being printed in a student literary publication on campus called The Tower Light. I will post a photo of it when it gets printed. Tonight I went to a talk tonight that two econ professors gave about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, commonly … Continue reading Day 69 – ARRA, Papers, and Photo Assignments
Spring is on its way! It has been relatively warm here for the past week and it is wonderful. Spring break is also coming up next week. I am going to Charleston, SC for the week. It should be lots of fun! I of course did not take this photo during the spring, because … Continue reading Day 68 – Spring is on its way!
Do you recognize this screenshot? Yes, this is SkiFree. I remember playing it on Windows 95 and 98 when I was younger. When we upgraded to XP, it was gone and I forgot about it until I was working at ITS and the guys there were talking about old computer games. I remember having a … Continue reading Day 67 – A Blast From the Past
I had a wonderful day today. Amanda come up to Hillsdale for a music scholarship competition, so I got to spend most of the day with her. It was very nice to see her! I did get a chance to get a little work done, so I got some good ideas down for my … Continue reading Day 66 – More Ultra-Wide Tests, Seasteading Presentation
My Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 came in today! I only had between 10 and 15 minutes to try it out, but I am very impressed with it from the first 30 shots I have taken. Above is how a hallway looks through an ultra-wide lens. Click the photo to view larger. My presentation on seasteading … Continue reading Day 65 – Seasteading, Ultra-Wide Lens, and Watchmen
Today I decided to join the Twitter revolution. I admit, this could get addicting. I am really enjoying it so far. Don’t know what Twitter is? Read this article in the Hillsdale Collegian.
The Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 wide angle lens I ordered is on its way! I am excited for it to get here! It should be here before spring break so I can take it to South Carolina with me. I am looking forward to taking lots of photos with it. This XKCD comic pretty much … Continue reading Day 63 – Almost Here!
This photo was taken inside Yellowstone National Park. Click the photo to view large. Today was a beautiful day here at Hillsdale. Still a little cold, but the sun was out and the skies were clear today. It was excellent! I have been reading about seasteading all evening to prepare for my presentation on Friday. … Continue reading Day 62 – Geothermal Area and Clouds B&W
I pulled this photo out of the file for today’s post. This is Mike Ramirez from Rise of the Martyr, a band I photographed in Lorain, Ohio, for a battle of the bands. This was one of the first times I shot in B&W instead of converting to B&W in post-processing. Click the photo to … Continue reading Day 61 – Rise of the Martyr
My friends did some more filming of Roland today. I was able to sneak in and take some photos. Above are a few samples. I apologize that the photos are slightly morbid. Click the photos to view them larger. My parents had to go back home last night. I enjoyed my weekend with them; it … Continue reading Day 60 – More Filming