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The Skeleton Roof

While in Philadelphia, a quick shot inside the Philadelphia Convention Center.  These large structures with the exposed supports are always very cool.  This particular location had the added bonus of having skylights.

Roof Skeleton - Nikon D700, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8, f/2.8, 70mm, ISO 250, 3 exposure HDR, handheld

Processed this photograph with HDR Efex Pro by Nik Software""PhotoTools 2.5 Professional Edition"" by onOne, FocalPoint 2 by onOne, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3"" and Adobe Photoshop Extended CS5 [Mac]"".  I believe I’ve found a pretty good rhythm when working with all of these tools now.  Photoshop will always be a learning battle because of the depth of the program, but the others are coming along quite nicely.

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April Showers…

… bring flowers.  But seriously, that rain on Saturday was crazy.  How about a nice gentle rain?  Can we do that?

Spring Forest Flower - Nikon D700, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8, 1/160 sec @ f/2.8, 70mm, ISO 200


More Work to Be Done!

Some more pictures to share of the home building process… some of the first floor coming up and then some more up until today.  Today’s heavy rains left no time for the builder to finish up the roof.  Tomorrow doesn’t look too promising either but the rest of the week looks like great weather to build!  Before the group shots, one singular shot of the interior for the photog friends that visit…

Our Stairs

Nikon D700, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8, f/9, 28mm, ISO 200, 5 exposure HDR, handheld

Processed with Lightroom, Photomatix, and a couple of the onOne suite of products.

Here’s what we got so far – several days in between the last post, the first floor coming up and the second floor w/ roof coming up…

First Floor

First floor coming up

Garage, looking in

Garage, looking in

Breakfast nook

Breakfast nook

Second floor up!

Second floor up!

Left side - no we're not building a barn with hay access!

Left side - no we're not building a barn with hay access!

And finally, our dining room with a great view — essentially the same as the front door…

Dining Room

Dining Room