Vegas 360 Gallery

Venetian 360 (las Vegas)
A collection of navigable, spherical 360 images taken in Sin City. While 360 cameras/tech have a LONG way to go to satisfy the demands of pixel peepers, I'd say the Ricoh Theta line fits the bill quite well...for now. (Click the fullscreen icon in the lower right corner of each image for the best viewing experience. Hit the "Esc" key ... Read More

Sigma/Foveon Gallery

Banyan Tree, Lanai (Sigma DP3 Merrill)
If you've caught the photography bug like me, and have also come down with a serious case of GAS (gear acquisition syndrome, mostly recovered now), you owe it to yourself to at least test drive a Sigma camera (with Foveon sensor). They have a unique, indescribable quality that sets them well apart from traditional Bayer sensor cameras. Shots in this ... Read More

Fun with Photoshop!

Ann Cunter
Photoshop might just be the most creative tool since the carving knife...

General Photography

Tracy Arm (Alaska)
Just a small collection of some of my favorite DSLR and mirrorless shots. Some have been moderately processed/stylized in Photoshop. Remember folks: RAW is your friend!

Honest Logos Gallery

A collection of what I like to call "honest logos", ones that make no attempt to hide what they're really selling...

Footy T-Shirt Designs

Chelskey
A small collection of footy (soccer) inspired designs, some of which are available for purchase here.

Humor/Satire/Pop Culture T-Shirt Designs

Koch Cola
Here you'll find a collection of t-shirt designs of a humorous and/or satirical bent, a few of which were rejected by one or more t-shirt fulfillment places due to "questionable content". I have found this one to be the most forgiving. Well, my rejects needed a home...

iPhoneography

Stare (Pikazo)
All pixel-peeping snobbery aside (generally guilty as charged), the iPhone (specifically version 7 Plus here) possesses a remarkably capable camera. Not only that, the iOS App Store has an embarrassing riches of camera and photo editing apps. Here are a few of my snaps and photo doodles. (I mentioned the name of the iOS app in parentheses where applicable.)