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Stars Over Fort Griffin

This past Friday a group of us from the West Texas Photographic Society were given access to Fort Griffin during the evening hours to do a little light painting of a few of the old historical structures. The image above is one of the photos from our light painting adventure. This particular photo is actually […]

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Life Is Good

I awoke early Saturday morning to grab a quick bite to eat and hit the road in search of wildlife to photograph. As the darkness faded away it was now quite evident that the sky was filled with dark gray clouds. Before I knew it the rain began to fall. The closer I made my […]

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Fort Davis After Dark

Purchase a print of this photo We were fortunate this past weekend to get a permit from the National Part Service and granted access to the Fort Davis National Historic Site after dark in order to do a little light painting on one of the old fort structures. We selected a two story structure during […]

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Light Painting Palo Duro Canyon

I just returned home from a 2 day trip to Palo Duro Canyon State Park with Wyman Meinzer and a group of photographers for a couple of evenings of night photography. While most visitors to the park visit the vast canyons during the day one can really appreciate the shear beauty at night by utilizing […]

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The Old Knox County Jail

Here is one more photo from the night photography shoot. The is the “old” Knox County jail, located in Benjamin. The old jail is owned by photographer Wyman Meinzer. The jail was originally built is 1887. For the photo shoot the inside of the jail was lit by adjusting the jail’s inside lights to low. […]

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Painting With Light

The is the second of a series of photographs from my night shoot this past weekend. This photo is the First Baptist Church in Red Springs, Texas. The outside of the church itself was illuminated by using painting motion with a spot light, illuminating the various parts of the church. The spotlight itself had a […]

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