Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk – Cincinnati – Part 4 of 4

This is the last installment of the images from the Worldwide Photowalk.  I hope you’ve enjoyed looking through some of my favorites.  If you would like to see more, visit the Flickr group set up for this walk.

Cincinnati PhotoDowntown Cincinnati – Great perspective shot at an intersection.

Ohio River with BargeWalking across a bridge over the Ohio River into Covington, Kentucky, we were able to watch a coal barge pushing up the river.  The river was very muddy too.

Ascent at Roebling's BridgeThe Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge in Covington, Kentucky, was designed by Daniel Libeskind.  It’s a striking contrast to the normal skyline, to say the least.  I think it really stands out (or even blends in) on these blue sky/cloudy days.

FlowersBeautiful flowers (Black-eyed Susans) against a wrought-iron fence.  Make sure you click on the photo to see it full-sized.

Trinity Episcopal ChurchTrinity Episcopal Church, taken with a wide angle lens.

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Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk – Cincinnati – Part 3 of 4

This is the third part of the images from the Worldwide Photowalk.  I’ll let these colorful and intriguing  images speak for themselves since I’m (as usual) a bit short on words.

Real Estate Photography

Architectural Photography

City Photography

Colorful Photograph

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Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk – Cincinnati – Part 2 of 4

This is a continued posting from yesterday, and it starts out with some green in downtown Cincinnati.  It’s beautiful garden nestled in among the buildings.  The garden was a great place to get some use of “framing”.  The second photo is a quick shot of my son, taken with a wide angle lens.  It makes for a pretty neat portrait.  I was so glad that Hogan was able to join me on the Photowalk.  It was his first experience using a DSLR, and he couldn’t stop talking about how much he enjoyed using the camera.  Now it’s time to see which item he wants to spend his money on – a DSLR, or a band saw.  I think he said, “Maybe I can buy both”.  I love that attitude.  The bottom two photos were ones where I just loved the geometry and leading lines.  I also spent some time playing with the Hue sliders in Lightroom, and I’m kinda pleased with the results.  A bit bizarre for a building, but I think they’re very interesting.  Enjoy, and stay tuned tomorrow.

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Family Portrait

Lightroom Adjustments

Lightroom Adjustments

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Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk – Cincinnati – Part 1 of 4

On Saturday, July 24th, 2010, the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk was held all across the world (as the title said).  Click here for more information on the event.  This was the first time that I had participated in the event after having to miss the first two.  I was part of the Photowalk that David Ziser lead in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Click here for his review of the photowalk.  I went expecting to capture a few images that would be different, interesting, colorful, geometric, and all kinds of other descriptors.  I came out of the experience with…well, more experience!  I ended up with about 45 images that I really liked.  I’ve got a few images to share today, and I’ll break these up into 4 parts.  At the end of the fourth post, I’ll add a link where I’ll post the remaining photos that I really liked.  Look them over, and be sure to leave a comment if you see something that you like.

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Cincinnati Skyline

Cincinnati Skyline

Cincinnati Skyline

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