Kevin Raber

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Moonrise #12 Antarctica

Moonrise #12 Antarctica

Moonrise #12 Antarctica

This year like all years when I visit Antarctica there are special defining moments.  The defining moment this year was getting married on a beach with penguins and 60 close friends.  Quite an adventure.   This moonrise was another define moment.  And, like a lot of images you’ll see this year I am doing lot of B&W.  This is moonrise #12 of a lot of moonrise shots.  It was quite a moment to see this moon rise at the same time the sun was setting.  Quite a night.  Shot with a Sony A7 II and Tamron 150-600mm zoom.


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Boats

Boats - Cornwall, UK

Boats – Cornwall, UK

While traveling in Cornwall, UK a few months ago I was trying out and doing a lot of testing with the Olympus OMD E-M1 camera.  At one point we were crossing a river on a ferry and I saw these anchored ships and sailboat.  I thought it would be interesting to shoot with a long lens compressing the background in the shot.  It looked in the end best in Black and White.

 


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Stairway

Iceland, Hilton Hotel Stairway

Iceland, Hilton Hotel Stairway

This is a stairway shooting down from the top floor at the Iceland Hilton Hotel.  There is something that just works with the perspective and shadows.  Takes a minute to figure out.  SSHot with Olympus OMD and 14-54 zoom.


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The Black Church

The Black Church, Iceland.  Made with a six image stitch and IQ180

The Black Church, Iceland. Made with a six image stitch and IQ180

This is a famous church in Iceland.  Just about every photographer visiting Iceland has photographed this church.  So, I try to find something a little bit different.  This was made form a six image stitch using  long lens.  Phase One IQ180.


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Gullfoos

Gullfoss falls a bit differently

Gullfoss falls a bit differently

One of the major attraction in Iceland is Gullfoss which is a large really cool waterfall.  Typically when I travel and photograph in Iceland I like to go where others don’t go or at least try to see the place and image differently.  well Gullfoos is no different.  Buses of tourist show up here and most of the time we avoid this place like the plague.  But, we had sometime and decided to at least stop and admire this cool place.  I decided to try and shoot it differently .  I used my Olympus OMD5 and did a series of bracketed exposures and then worked them in post processing.  I ended up with a different kind of prehistoric gritty look.  Works for me.

 

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