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A Different Palouse

For twenty plus years have been visiting the Palouse.  Usually I visit in the early summer (middle of June).  I then occasionally visit in August for the harvest, which is great time to photograph the Palouse in a different color .  The landscape is dynamic in the harvest because it is always changing.  This year has been an exceptional year so far in the Palouse.  I have never seen it is a green.  There has been consistently cool temperatures and more rain than expected.  The area is all green.  Sometimes so green as it hurts your eyes to see so much green.

If you are ever interested in joining me on one of my workshops to the Palouse, please visit Rockhopper Workshops To See info and register.

The images presented present here are just a drop in the bucket. They were made with my Sony a7riv and Sony a1. I also used my iPhone as I wanted to see how it did on a journey like this.  More images from the iPhone series will be presented here soon.

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Love Abstracts In Architecture

In my travels, I enjoy walking around cities.  I do this for a few reasons.  First, I love to do street photography.  This is a chance to shoot people and the environment to show spontaneous and candid life.  The other is looking at the architecture and trying to find abstracts in unique and beautiful buildings.

In this series of buildings, I found so much it was crazy.  This is the opera house in Iceland.  Known as Harpa it is an amazing building both inside and outside.  If you ever get to Iceland make sure you spend some time photographing this building.  Iceland is one of the most photo-rich lands you can visit.  It’s pretty easy to get a good photo there.

 

Please Visit . . .

If you are interested in seeing more work by Kevin Raber and purchasing his work for your own, please visit RaberEYES.com

Kevin also runs workshops for photographers all over the world at Rockhopper Workshops

Kevin also has. a major website for all photography enthusiasts with articles, forums, tutorials, community, and more at photoPXL.com

Kevin also shares his work daily on Facebook and Instagram

 

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Chile Soldiers

Soldiers
Soldiers

While in Punta Arenas I was taking a nap in mid-afternoon when I heard drums and trumpets.  I looked out the window looking over the town square and saw soldiers marching through the street.  I grabbed my camera and rushed out of the hotel and found there was a changing of the colors ceremony going on.  So, I spent an hour shooting the ceremony and this is one of the shots I liked.  I used a 100-400mm zoom on my Sony a7riv.  I changed and did wide-angle shots and covered this event from multi-angles.  It was a good exercise.  I just like this image as it was defining without showing faces.  What do you think?

Please Visit . . .

If you are interested in seeing more work by Kevin Raber and purchasing his work for your own, please visit RaberEYES.com

Kevin also runs workshops for photographers all over the world at Rockhopper Workshops

Kevin also has. a major website for all photography enthusiasts with articles, forums, tutorials, community and more at photoPXL.com

Kevin also shares his work daily on Facebook and Instagram

 

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Chicago Abstract

chicago

Another image from one of my favorite cities to shoot architectural abstracts. This one was done with a Sony and a 100-400mm lens.  I then corrected perspective in post-processing so all the lines were straight up and down.  The golden glow was caused by early morning light which is my favorite shooting time in Chicago.