Tag Archives: photography
A digital light wand, used to paint images in long exposure photography, has been around for a few years, since the advent of cheap, controllable RGB LEDs. While there are freely available designs and code for such a device, I … Continue reading
Two years ago, I took a large set of photos at the George Peabody Library. Among those were a very wide angle image looking up at the skylight and an image looking down. The latter was taken with a point-and-shoot … Continue reading
These photos were taken at Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Campus from a quadcopter the day after a snow storm.
After stepping outside, I heard birds making lots of noise. As I was about to get in the car, I saw what they were concerned about; a immature Cooper’s Hawk was perched on a street light. I got my camera … Continue reading
I was in Tucson, Arizona this past weekend for the AIAA Design Build Fly competition. One can find photos from the competition on Flickr. While there, I visited Saguaro National Park one afternoon after the competition.