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LOMO – Breaking all the rules.

LOMO – Breaking all the rules.

Lomography. A strange, yet exciting photographic technique popularized a few decades ago by people interested in shooting at random.  Lomo cameras were manufactured by a small company in St. Petersburg, Russia during the Cold War.  After being smuggled out of the Soviet Union, they found themselves in the hands of Austrian youths …

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Emedia Headshots

Emedia Headshots

 

The other day I had the opportunity to take a few head-shots of my fellow Electronic Media comrades. If you would like head-shots taken, feel free to contact me anytime, 419.509.2551!

If you would like to see the rest of the gallery, click here to view it on Flickr!…

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2011 Naias – Detroit Auto Show

2011 Naias – Detroit Auto Show

For the past 13 years, my father and I have been going to the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan.  The Motor City’s car show is one of the world’s largest and most lucrative.  Recently the show has seemed a bit sparse; no doubt a sign of the economic times.  However, this …

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uc.edu homepage December Feature

uc.edu homepage December Feature

Took this with my iphone, but don’t tell them that. Somewhere around 20 pictures put together with the app AutoStitch. Click on the picture to see the feature or go to uc.edu homepage during the month of December.

Click here to see the full res.

Update: This will also be featured in the April …

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November Skyline

November Skyline

Went out last night to see the Leonid meteor shower that happens every November. Since I had stayed up till 430am, and it was overcast, I decided not to let it go to waste.  This is definitely my favorite lookout of the Queen City. Click on the picture to view full size.…

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Ronnie Rayguns

Ronnie Rayguns

T-shirt design for an indoor soccer team. The Ronald Rayguns – an appropriate nickname for the president who was adamant about installing “ray guns” on the seaboards to protect his country from Russian ICBMS.…

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Panorama

Panorama

Before software like photoshop, creating panoramas used to be quite the task. Now with apps like Autostitch, they can easily and impressively be created right on an iPhone.  Most of these are 30+ pictures from an iPhone 3GS, combined into one Panorama. This technique worked quite well while traveling through Europe this past summer. …

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Ibiza, ES

Ibiza, ES

After spending a little more than two months in Munich, a few friends and I decided that it would be a good idea to get some sun in the Mediterranean Sea.  We had heard of an island of the coast of Spain, called Ibiza.  The island is known for it’s non-stop year round club scene …

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Zugspitze, DE

Zugspitze, DE

Waking up at six in the morning, traveling for 3 hours, and hiking all day may not at first seem like the most fun in the world.  But believe me when I tell you, it was one of the most incredible experiences one can have.  The shear size of the Alps is incomprehensible.  You look …

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Ribback Wedding: Herrsching am Ammersee

Ribback Wedding: Herrsching am Ammersee

Along with RJ Hoendorf, another intern at Norcom, I was invited to film the Ribback Wedding this past Saturday.  It took place about an hour south of Munich at a place called Herrsching am Ammersee.  It was quite an amazing ceremony, with plenty of interesting people attending. It was very intriguing to see the differences …

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Munich: Olympic Village

Munich: Olympic Village

Constructed in 1968, the TV Tower in Olympic village stands at almost 900 feet. The view from the top is nothing less than breathtaking. Sights to see include olympic center, which was constructed for the 1972 Olympics on an old airfield; the city of Munich, which stretches for miles and miles; and even the Alps …

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Dachau

Dachau

Located about 20 minutes outside of Munich is the city of Dachau.  In 1933 the Nazi’s built a concentration camp here that would become the prototype for all such places.  More than 35,000 Prisoners were believed to have lost their lives here between 1933-1945.  Today Dachau stands as a memory, to remind us of the …

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Island Herrenchimesee

Island Herrenchimesee

In the middle of Bavaria’s largest lake, Chiemsee, rests one of King Ludwig II’s three major constructions during his 40 year spending frenzy. The Herrenchiemsee Castle is a partially completed homage to The Palace at Versailles in France. As extravagant as it is unfinished, it gives a dramatic insight into the King’s life and his …

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Salzburg, AT

Salzburg, AT

At the Austrian-Germany border lies Salzburg. Known for being one of Austria’s largest cities, Mozart’s birthplace, and the setting for the Sound of Music, it seems nowadays it is a Major tourist destination. It offers many different museums and attractions, as well as the breathtaking setting of the Alps.  Hohensalzburg Castle sits atop the city …

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Munich, DE

Munich, DE

Living in Munich for almost a month really gives you a unique view of your surroundings.  It’s not just about the sights, it becomes more than that.  It’s about the heartbeat and what makes it tick, not about all the touristy spots. You occasionally come across an evening with spectacular colors that truly gives the …

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Berlin, DE

Berlin, DE

Berlin is a city rich with culture as well as History.  Signs of World War II as well as decades of being at the center of the Cold War are still visible even today.  Although it seems like the city is taking steps in the right directions, it seems there is a very long way …

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London, UK

London, UK

Spent a few days in London on the way to Munich. Jetlag isn’t the worst thing in the world, we did have the chance to do some sight-seeing.  One thing I noticed about London that I hadn’t expected, is how crazy busy and bustling the city is.  Anywhere you go, (you don’t realize how big …

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Poison Oak

Poison Oak

I remember the corridor that had existed for the past two years.  Entombing feelings of loneliness, hate, disgust, hope, anguish, anxiety, excitement, numbness, and sometimes not a single feeling at all.  The cold stale space that was the entrance to a home, has now exploded with life.  The walls that once trapped, are now themselves …

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