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Tag: Kevin Ames
07.25.2012

Travel Kit for Urban Adventures by Kevin Ames

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All too often my travels center around the desires of my amazing clients. That means that personal photography either has […]

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07.02.2012
05.16.2012

Shooting interior space by Kevin Ames

Translating an interior space into a two dimensional rendering presents the photographer with unique challenges… furnishings arrangement, lighting and not […]

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04.23.2012

LENS EXPLORATIONS: 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM

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There are two must-have-with-me-at-all-times lenses in my kit. Sigma’s outstanding 70mm to 200mm f/2.8 optically stabilized (OS) is one of […]

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04.05.2012

Jewelry, a visual delight by Kevin Ames

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I chose a Sigma 105mm f/2.8 OS macro lens mounted on the new SD1. The image I had in mind would be enlarged to several times the brooch’s two and a half inch diameter. I needed resolution that has previously been only available in medium format cameras in order to produce the huge three and a half foot by five foot transparency.

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10.14.2011

Remembering Steve Jobs by Kevin Ames

I was in San Francisco for the opening of the Apple store in Union Square. The event was big. There […]

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09.23.2011

Once Upon a Time at the Fox by Kevin Ames

Vintage moving picture theatres are treasures. They were magnificent palaces of entertainment. Ornate décor throughout expansive spaces meant going to […]

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09.07.2011

LENS EXPLORATIONS: 12-24mm F4.5-5.6 DG HSM II

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12-24mm F4.5-5.6 DG HSM II Features: Designed for use with full frame digital cameras. May also be used with smaller […]

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08.18.2011

Studio Shooting with the SD1 by Kevin Ames

I got to shoot an SD1 in Dallas, Texas in late July. The results are surprising. Don’t get me wrong, […]

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07.20.2011

Specular Highlights by Kevin Ames

“Specular Highlight” is easily one of the most misunderstood in all of photography. Traditionally specular highlights are taught to be […]

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