Category Archives: Canon 10-22mm

Butte Mine: Covered Walkway

Chris Kenison Photography - Butte Mine: Covered Walkway

Tweet Just a quick post today. I was going to save this for another day, but I didn’t have time to work on the image I actually wanted to post today. So, this is what you get. Another image from the Butte Mine series. This is a covered walkway that goes to the locker rooms. […]

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Stepping Stool to a Sunset

Chris Kenison Photography - Stepping Stool to a Sunset

Tweet On my way home from taking pictures with my 10-stop ND filter, I saw this old barn on the side of the highway and decided that I MIGHT be able to get one more shot. And, as luck would have it, I was right. Barely. This stepping stool was hiding away in what was […]

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Butte Mine: Everything but the Locker Room Sink

Chris Kenison Photography - Butte Mine - Locker Sink

Tweet Here is another image from the Butte Mine series. I had to use my Android flash to light the scene a little. 😛 I used shadowmapping plus a touch of my own secret sauce for this image. I used FocalPoint for the first time with this image. What a powerful tool. I hope I […]

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10 Stops on a Bridge – Attempt #1 – Question to my followers

Chris Kenison Photography - 10 Stops on a Bridge

Tweet Alright, so this was my first attempt with the 10 stop neutral density filter. It was a lot of fun: changing settings trying to get a perfect exposure. It’s definitely going to take a little getting used to. This is a bridge that a friend of mine brought to my attention. It’s an old […]

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Butte Mine: The Locker Room

Chris Kenison Photography - The Locker Room

Tweet Here is another shot from the Butte mine. They have a couple of different locker rooms for the workers. It’s pretty neat. I always wondered what it would be like to live back then. Back then, there would be a ton of saloons and brothels… and Butte wasn’t any different. That, by the way, […]

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