Category Archives: Follow Friday

At Attention – #FFF: Featured Follow Friday – Jesse Pafundi aka @dude_withcamera

Chris Kenison Photography - At Attention

Tweet At my grandfather-in-law’s (Frank) funeral, I saw a statue of a soldier saluting those entering the graveyard. Frank was in the navy, so I thought it only appropriate that I catch this moment. For him and our family. It’s a pretty old statue and because of that I thought it would look good vintage. […]

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Pathway through the Ice: Update – #FFF: Featured Follow Friday – Mike Olbinski

Chris Kenison Photography - Pathway Through Ice

Tweet I’m going to make today’s post a quick one. I’ll try to update my Featured Follow Friday later on tomorrow, but no garantees. I shot this using 5 exposures that were taken with my new 10-stop ND filter. I really enjoy using the ND filter, but man do you have to wait a long […]

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The Mines of Moria… – #FF: Jacques Gude

Chris Kenison Photography - Mining Building - Butte Montana

Tweet So, here is a new mini-series for you guys: The mines of Moria… just kidding. They’re in Butte, but the other title sounded way cooler, didn’t it? 😀 This shot is of a building in Butte, Montana. Haha… very funny. I’ve actually never heard it called, ‘Butt’. Really. Seriously though… it really is the […]

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The Mansfields: Comparison’s Made – #FF: Bob Lussier

HDR - Processed using 7 exposures.

Tweet There is a statue of Mike & Maureen Mansfield in Helena, Montana’s capital building. It was dedicated in 2001, after Mike Mansfield’s death. Originally, I took this image with 9 exposures, but after processing HDR image after HDR image I wonder, “Should this image even be processed with HDR?”  Right now, I’m not too […]

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Beware the Stairs… Update! #FF – James Brandon

Tweet This is another shot from the burnt apartment building I went into the last week. I was a little hesitant to climb them, but it was all for naught… they were safe. The entire floor upstairs was completely burnt… it was completely exposed.  I can’t wait to get back to shooting some rurex… There […]

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