Category : Blue Hour

The Calm of Blue
4 months, 1 week ago 0
Posted in: Blue Hour, France

The Calm Of Blue At Beynac As the fading warmth of an autumn evening gently becomes a slight chill, Rachel and I sit cozily, immersed in the blueness of a French countryside that prefers peace to noise, slowness to busy-ness. And we’re okay with that. Behind us, we’re watched by a medieval castle that has […]

Is tone mapping becoming less popular
1 year, 2 months ago 0

New Journal 43 – Is tone mapping dead? I received an email yesterday that was just one of many communications I’ve seen this week that has been about the same thing: the idea that surreal tone mapping is becoming less popular. I won’t use the term ‘tone mapping’ as liberally as others since each software […]

Long exposures under the Golden Gate bridge
1 year, 2 months ago 0

New Journal 40 –  Arriving in Portlandia We finally arrived at the fabled land of Portland yesterday. Portlandia, a comedy TV show, bills Portland as hippyville, with organic loving Eastern medicine lovers who spend their time meditating and pursuing artistic endeavors. We knew this was a stereotype. You can imagine our surprise when we arrived […]

Golden Gate Bridge at Blue Hour
1 year, 2 months ago 0

New Journal 38 –  Long days I’m Fighting back the sleep as I write this. This morning was another sunrise shoot. Julien (also known as Beboy) and I are beginning our days at 4:00am and ending at around midnight. The chase is on to capture this beautiful city amidst weather conditions that are incredibly unpredictable. […]

Rocks in Arches National Park
1 year, 3 months ago 3
Posted in: Blue Hour, Moab

New Journal 36 – Progress in world of blogging A blog, for me, is a social document – an almost real-time biography in which, for the first time, the readers can affect the outcome. Unlike typical biographies which are written after-the-matter, blogs are ever-changing. They are written as you read them, as you live your […]

Blue Hour In Valencia
1 year, 4 months ago 0
Posted in: Blue Hour, Spain, Valencia

New Journal 16 – The border crossing  In the wake of an announcement on Saturday that the Chilean border would finally be re-opened after weathering the worst storm in 10 years, we dashed to the bus station to buy tickets. In a whirlwind of rejections from bus companies who’d sold out, we found ourselves haggling […]

A Cemetery at Night
1 year, 4 months ago 1
Posted in: Blue Hour, France

New Journal Entry 4 – An Unwelcome Guest Wind lashed at our tent while rain continued to pour down, as it had done the previous 12 hours. We were alone in a Patagonian forest close to the enchanting, Laguna De Los Tres. It was midnight and I’d just been woken up by something crawling across […]

Arts and Sciences
1 year, 4 months ago 0
Posted in: Blue Hour, Valencia

New Journal Entry 3 – Finding internet This is my third attempt at publishing this post – the internet here is terrible! I wrote a full journal entry and didn’t save it. When I went to publish it the internet died and took with it my article. Hopefully this time it will work Tutorials – […]

The River Tyne
1 year, 4 months ago 4

New Journal Entry 2 – Finding clarity Our future, or at least short-term future, has become clearer over the last few days in the Argentinian capital. We were surrounded by the familiarity of unfamiliarity as we stepped out of the airport near Buenos Aires. The city is unknown to us but this feeling of being […]

Millau Viaduct
1 year, 6 months ago 0
Posted in: Blue Hour, Bridge

European Road Trip Journal Day 14 (Travel Diary Day 261) The motorway is winding steeply around, seemingly without end. The darkness makes it hard to see where we are going. Cars are passing us on the other side of the road so I can’t keep my high beems on for very long. I feel like […]