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Photo of the Day: What Remains is not Lost

I captured this image during the recent Digital Underground Las Vegas workshop that I co-hosted with Deborah Sandidge. This is a close-up shot of one of the old signs laid to rest in the Neon Museum Boneyard. While there were lots of great wide-angle shots to be had, I always like it when I’ve got enough time to start looking for close-up images.

Tech Specs
Fujifilm X-T1 with 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS lens
2.5s @f/9, ISO 200, 55mm, tripod

Fuji raw file processed in Lightroom 5.4

Location Note
Tripods are not normally allowed during visits to the Neon Museum. We arranged for a special photo tour after hours. If you are interested in joining us on another Digital Underground workshop, please send me a note or join the Luminescence of Nature Photography Workshop group on Meetup.com.

Viva Las Vegas!

The Digital Underground workshop took to the streets of Las Vegas.
The Digital Underground workshop took to the streets of Las Vegas.

I’m back from leading a workshop with Deborah Sandidge to the always target-rich environment of Las Vegas, Nevada! This workshop was the first in a series we are calling “Digital Underground,” where we look for urban and edgy subjects, especially after dark!

Over the four day workshop, we hit some pretty amazing locations! You can see a gallery of images from the workshop here. Continue reading Viva Las Vegas!