Category Archives: Architecture

Looking Up – Revisited

Chris Kenison Photography - Looking Up - Revisited

Tweet So, I was at Dave Wilson’s website the other day (he’s a great tog btw) and I saw a very striking image of a capital building dome taken from the inside and that gave me a few ideas. I really wish I could have found the image to give you some reference. I will […]

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‘Take a seat’ & Tutorial on ‘Before/After’

Take a Seat

Tweet First, the image of the day. After this bracket, I think I still have another 4 or 5 brackets from the Cathedral left. I’m starting to try different things with my brackets… let loose you could say. I’ve been so preoccupied with what everyone else is thinking, that I haven’t been processing the images […]

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Careful where you step! Also, new before/after functionality!

Careful where you step!

Tweet Recently, I’ve decided that one of my projects is going to be ghost towns. Being from Montana, there isn’t a lot to photograph, especially in winter! Sure, I know that a good photographer takes advantage of his/her surroundings, but let’s face without a mean truck (I drive a Honda) and a snowmobile (I don’t […]

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Tweet Marysville, MT is a semi-ghost town. It still has some residents, but nowhere near the amount it used to. In the 1880s and 90s, there were approximately 3000 residents… more specifically, gold miners. Marysville is the first of Montana’s ghost towns that I’ve captured. I am going to try to shoot every ghost town […]

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Windows to your Soul

Tweet Here’s another one from Butte, MT. You can’t tell from the image, but this was a causeway/walkway from one building to another. When I saw it, I was immediately drawn to it. I think it was the fact that I saw 4 of the same windows, but each had a different covering. You can […]

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