With this post I am starting a series dedicated to some of my favorite images, where I will be discussing the story behind the picture. The first one is a little planet projection of a pano taken in Fort McAllister, GA. I visited Ft. McAllister a few years ago while vacationing in Savannah, GA. I […]
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I just entered a Museum edition of ‘Presque Isle River Gold’ to the West Michigan Regional Art competition at LowellArts! My first entry in this competition, I hope I’ll be accepted!
The most recent update to Adobe’s Lightroom introduced a new feature that has me very excited, Boundary Warp! Here at LLW we are all for large scale, hyper detailed panoramic images and we have developed a solid workflow to achieve optimal results. When logistics allow, we shoot multi-row panos either on our Really Right Stuff […]
Lassini Light Works is about to enter a new chapter in 2013! Soon it will be possible to order online custom fine art prints of my photography in a variety of finish and framing options. Also, we now have a permanent studio set up for fine art image reproduction, with a variety of polarized lighting […]
Starting today my landscape photography is represented at Fire and Water ART!, a wonderful art gallery in Lowell, MI. Come check it out!
Before leaving my new printer for a whole week to embark on a business trip I had to give a really large print a try. I selected a panoramic image of some hoodoos that I captured during my first Alain Briot workshop in the area of Page, AZ. It is one of my larger panoramas, […]
Today I had a moment to rework an image that I took in November 2008 during the Printing Summit with Alain Briot, Uwe Steinmueller and Tony Sweet. The image is again an HDR rendering of 3 captures, taken handheld at sunset. The image was captured with my EOS 5D and a 16-35/F2.8L @28mm/f5.6. The capture […]
Processing of the images from the southern Utah workshop is proceeding much more slowly than I would like, but work has been very busy… So while I am figuring out the best workflow for using Raw Developer and HDR Photostudio 2 in the most effective way to develop my ‘Patriot Spirit’ trees images, I decided […]
Here is the second image in my Pioneer Spirit tree series. This little solitary pine (compare its size to the blades of grass for a sense of the real proportions) has staked his ground at the base of a large hoodoo formation in Devil’s Garden, Escalante basin, UT. In this arid and rugged land life […]
Since my first trip to Bryce Canyon I have been fascinated by the pines that grow along the rim. Their tenacity in the face of a hostile environment represents for me a metaphor of the spirit of America’s pioneers, and for that they have a special place in my heart. I will have a series […]