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Sunday
Feb212010

Fun With Fish Eyes


Fun With Fish Eyes, originally uploaded by Suarez.

Photograph ©2010 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved.

I had the pleasure of borrowing Tom Haymes’ new fisheye lens (AF DX Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED). Since he was visiting Austin, we walked over to the Capitol rotunda (the only round room I could think of at the time) to have ourselves some fun. I went to high school with both of these gentlemen in the early 80s where we studied photography. Tom and I also were roommates in college for several years. It’s good to get back together with old friends.

FYI--those portraits you see around the perimeter of the room are of former governors of Texas.

Thanks Tom, for letting me use your lens.

This is a very unflattering angle. It makes us look heavier than we are (we don’t need any help in that department) and it gives us double chins from looking down at the camera. I still think it’s a really fun shot.

Thursday
Jan072010

Burnt Orange Twilight


Burnt Orange Twilight, by Alex Suárez.

Photograph ©2008 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved.

In light of tonight's national championship game, here's a image that serves as proof-positive that God is a Longhorn. :-) The burnt orange glow on the horizon was just amazing that night.

I took this photograph from the stands on October 18, 2008. The then #1 ranked Texas Longhorns were about to score against #11 Missouri on a spectacular Fall evening in Austin, Texas. Oh yeah, the Texas Longhorns won that night, 56-31.

Best of luck to the Texas Longhorns in tonight's big game.

HOOK 'EM!

Friday
Aug072009

Texas Capitol


Texas Capitol, originally uploaded by Suarez.

Photograph ©2009 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved.

View of the Texas Capitol shot during Trey Ratcliff’s Sunset Photowalk in downtown Austin, Texas last night. This is NOT an HDR image. It is a single image, not tone mapped in Photomatix.

I had a great time. Met a lot of great photographers. Hope to see a lot of you at the next CapMac Advanced Photography SIG meeting.

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