Monthly Archives: April 2011

Nikon D3100 in the Shop

My D3100 is on its way to the Nikon Factory for service. The built-in flash is giving me grief and I think it is time someone figures out why it’s such a prima-donna when exposed to humidity. Strange things had … Continue reading

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San Diego: From Coronado

Last weekend, I played the tourist and my sister and my sister-in-law recommended some beautiful places to shot in San Diego. We went to Coronado to shot Downtown San Diego and the bridge. When I was living here, we usually … Continue reading

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San Diego: Point Loma Tide Pools

Trang took me to the Point Loma Tide Pools yesterday for low tide at 3:45 p.m. I grew up in San Diego for 10 years and didn’t even know this place existed. This is National Park week and the entrance … Continue reading

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More Panorama!

One more panonama. I promise! The Flower Fields in Carlsbad. Click on the photo see it big.

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Panorama

I’ve always wanted to try panorama where pictures are stitched together to make a vista. Well, it it way too easy and the result can be impressive with the right landscape. Neighborhood at sunrise. Click on the picture to get … Continue reading

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Happy Dance!

I’ve received the best compliment ever! From the Los Angeles Times! “We’d like to use your photo, “USBankDoors” for today’s Southern California Moments…” – April 13, 2011. Check it out at http://www.latimes.com/features/socalmoments/ and click on April 13. They wanted the … Continue reading

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Newton Canyon WaterFall

I hiked Newton Canyon in Malibu with the Hikers and Photographers Meet-up last Sunday. It was six hours of walking and evading poison oak to take this shot. The waterfall faces the bright mid-day sun but I wanted smooth water. … Continue reading

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