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2014 ... Bring It!

2014 … BRING IT!

New Years Day 01-10-14 Waimanalo Beach, Oahu, Hawaii

2014 Performing Images Photography by Pat Corlin

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After The Storm – Repost of Photojournalist Orlando Uy – Talcoban, Philippines

After The Storm

After The Storm

Every now and then I am introduced to the work of an individual that moves me beyond words. Such is the work of photojournalism of Orland Uy of the Philippines.  Extraordinary doesn’t even come close to describing … so I will leave you with two links instead:https://www.facebook.com/walkswithmycamera

http://afternoonwalks.wordpress.com/2013/12/02/after-the-storm/

A walk with my camera

I wasn’t prepared for this, and neither was my government.  After 3 very challenging weeks, I have already come to terms with the situation, that recovery will be a long process but we’ll eventually get there.  The Philippine government, however, is still in denial.  We survived, but eventually it will be politics that will kill us all.

I went out to take photos on the following morning, but after seeing so much pain and struggle, I couldn’t play the role of a casual observer.  I, too, was part of this and I realized that I had a bigger role to play: to survive the aftermath, both physically and emotionally.

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The water supply was shut down except for this pipe at the Tacloban Shopping Center.  There was already a long line of people waiting in line.  They brought every bottle and bucket they had to fill with water.  I made a…

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The Human Habitrail

The Human Habitrail

The Human Habitrail

“The Human Habitrail”

Gillette Stadium, Home of the New England Patriots, Foxboro, Massachusetts

 

2013 Performing Images Photography by Pat Corlin

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Looks Like It Is My Turn To Ask For Your Vote!

The Missing LInk

The Missing LInk

Hey Everyone, WHAT A COOL SURPRISE!

Looks like it is my turn to ask you for your vote!

I just received word that my photo was chosen as the local winner in the Scott Kelby’s 2013 Worldwide Photo Walk in October! I am honored and JAZZED to represent! It would be GREAT to bring home the PEOPLE’s CHOICE AWARD in honor of all of our Seacoast Photographers who came out for the photo walk on that beautiful morning in Portsmouth! So if you want to check it out and cast your vote on the Scott Kelby Photo Walk site, my photo is on page 12 under PORTSMOUTH at this link:

http://worldwidephotowalk.com/peoples-choice/page/12/

Run your curser over the stars under the image and they will turn red, check the vote you want to save and that’s it!

GRATITUDE for the support and  I promise I’ll keep you all updated on our progress!

And So The Journey Begins … GSO1314

And So The Journey Begins ...

And So The Journey Begins …

And So The Journey Begins … GSO1314

2013 Performing Images Photography by Pat Corlin

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It’s ALL About The Shoooes!

It's ALL About The Shoooes!

It’s ALL About The Shoooes!

It’s ALL About The Shoes!

Having some fun with moving indoors with  John Hauschildt and Nevin D. Brown in the studio at SOPHA! Looking forward to a lot more fun with some special projects this winter.

2013 Performing Images Photography by Pat Corlin

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Image Capture Info

Date 8-22-13 Location: SOPHA, Manchester, NH

Camera Nikon D3s

Lens Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8

Focal Length 56mm

Exposure 1/125 sec; f8; EV 0; ISO 200

Manual Pattern Metering

Processing LR4; PS6; Color Efex Pro 4; Silver Efex Pro

Now THAT is a Sky Light!

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This is my most recent image of the famous historic dome at Ri Ra Pub, at 22 Market Street in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Originally built in 1803, this is the oldest bank building in the Unite States and was admitted to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. The huge glass dome was constructed with The Great Seal of New Hampshire and it is the stunning center piece of the building. It is complimented by the a pub interior that was created by Irish craftsmen from the Georgian era and imported from Ireland. I have seen hundreds of color images of the dome, and captured quite a few of my own. But during this visit to Ri Ra I chose to photograph and process the image in black and white, seeing the dome in a whole new way. I found the lines and patterns in the glass to be equally as compelling as the vibrant colors in the glass.

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