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The Gas Station on Flickr.

The Gas Station on Flickr.

Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina Photo Walk on Flickr.© Eric Adeleye Photography

Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina Photo Walk on Flickr.

© Eric Adeleye Photography

Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina © Eric Adeleye Photography.  All rights reserved.  #ericadeleyephotography #nikon #d200 #teamnikon #iamnikon #nikon4life #photography #photog #eha1990 #nikonusa #nikonphotography #phillyflow #nikonstrong #teamadeleye #hdr #hdrphotography #nikonusa

Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina © Eric Adeleye Photography. All rights reserved. #ericadeleyephotography #nikon #d200 #teamnikon #iamnikon #nikon4life #photography #photog #eha1990 #nikonusa #nikonphotography #phillyflow #nikonstrong #teamadeleye #hdr #hdrphotography #nikonusa

The Confederate Memorial on Flickr.
Project 365: Day 123/365 alternate photograph. © 2013 Eric Adeleye Photography.  All rights reserved.

This was an alternate photograph that I shot on day 123 of my Project 365.  This photograph along with the other photograph that I selected for that day to my surprise turned out to be the best shots that day by accident.  After I had finished taking what I had originally planned for day 123, I decided to mess around and take two selfies.  I almost deleted this photograph without even looking it because I was messing around when I shot it and figured it wasn’t good anyway.  I decided to download it to the computer and look at it and it turned out to be one of the two I liked instead of the planned photograph I took.  Some times that accidental photograph turns out to be the best one for the day.   #squaready #nikon #d200 #hdr #HDR #HDREfex #project #iamnikon

Project 365: Day 123/365 alternate photograph. © 2013 Eric Adeleye Photography. All rights reserved.

This was an alternate photograph that I shot on day 123 of my Project 365. This photograph along with the other photograph that I selected for that day to my surprise turned out to be the best shots that day by accident. After I had finished taking what I had originally planned for day 123, I decided to mess around and take two selfies. I almost deleted this photograph without even looking it because I was messing around when I shot it and figured it wasn’t good anyway. I decided to download it to the computer and look at it and it turned out to be one of the two I liked instead of the planned photograph I took. Some times that accidental photograph turns out to be the best one for the day. #squaready #nikon #d200 #hdr #HDR #HDREfex #project #iamnikon

100 Strangers Project #100strangersproject #100strangera #ericadeleyephotography #wilmington #music #musician #guitar #guitarist #song #praise #strangers #facesofwilmington #portcity #creatives #artist #hdr #hdrphotography #nikon #d200 #dslr #35mm

100 Strangers Project #100strangersproject #100strangera #ericadeleyephotography #wilmington #music #musician #guitar #guitarist #song #praise #strangers #facesofwilmington #portcity #creatives #artist #hdr #hdrphotography #nikon #d200 #dslr #35mm

Resting on Flickr.

Resting on Flickr.

Rays of Light on Flickr.

Rays of Light on Flickr.

#HDR #ericadeleyephotography #d200

#HDR #ericadeleyephotography #d200

Project 365: Day # 072/365 Alternate on Flickr.© 2011 Eric Adeleye Photography.

Project 365: Day # 072/365 Alternate on Flickr.

© 2011 Eric Adeleye Photography.

Photo Walk in Wilmington, NC on 19 JAN 2013 on Flickr.© 2013 Eric Adeleye Photography.  All rights reserved.
This is a HDR photograph of Front & Chestnut Street in Wilmington, North Carolina. This is a 5 bracket shot, processed in Photomatix and Adobe Photoshop CS6.
I took 5 shots with my D200 in Bracket Mode, each shot is +1 in exposure difference from the previous shot. Below are the settings for each shot:
Photo #1: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/40 sec, ISO: 100
Photo #2: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/160 sec, ISO: 100
Photo #3: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/80 sec, Exposure Compensation: -1, ISO: 100
Photo #4: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/20 sec, Exposure Compensation: +1, ISO: 100
Photo #5: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/10 sec,
Exposure Compensation: +2, ISO: 100
My Nikon D200 was on a Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod. I used a shutter release cable to trigger the shutter.
Shot with my Nikon D200 and Vivitar Series 1 19-35mm f/3.4-4.5 lens. All natural light, no flash was used on any of the photographs. My goal today was to test out some new settings a colleague recommend I try out with my D200. The settings are below if you want to try them out for your camera. I could see a difference in the quality of the photographs as opposed to my normal settings. The colors were a little sharper and vibrant.
Shooting Menu —> Optimize Image —> Custom
Image Sharpening = +2
Tonal Compensation = A (automatic)
Color Mode = III
Saturation = + Enhanced
Hue Adjustment = 0 degrees
Shooting Menu —> Color Space
sRGB
Shooting Menu —> Image Quality
RAW
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Photo Walk in Wilmington, NC on 19 JAN 2013 on Flickr.

© 2013 Eric Adeleye Photography. All rights reserved.

This is a HDR photograph of Front & Chestnut Street in Wilmington, North Carolina. This is a 5 bracket shot, processed in Photomatix and Adobe Photoshop CS6.

I took 5 shots with my D200 in Bracket Mode, each shot is +1 in exposure difference from the previous shot. Below are the settings for each shot:

Photo #1: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/40 sec, ISO: 100
Photo #2: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/160 sec, ISO: 100
Photo #3: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/80 sec, Exposure Compensation: -1, ISO: 100
Photo #4: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/20 sec, Exposure Compensation: +1, ISO: 100
Photo #5: Aperture: f/13.0, Shutter: 1/10 sec,
Exposure Compensation: +2, ISO: 100

My Nikon D200 was on a Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod. I used a shutter release cable to trigger the shutter.

Shot with my Nikon D200 and Vivitar Series 1 19-35mm f/3.4-4.5 lens. All natural light, no flash was used on any of the photographs. My goal today was to test out some new settings a colleague recommend I try out with my D200. The settings are below if you want to try them out for your camera. I could see a difference in the quality of the photographs as opposed to my normal settings. The colors were a little sharper and vibrant.

Shooting Menu —> Optimize Image —> Custom
Image Sharpening = +2
Tonal Compensation = A (automatic)
Color Mode = III
Saturation = + Enhanced
Hue Adjustment = 0 degrees

Shooting Menu —> Color Space
sRGB

Shooting Menu —> Image Quality
RAW


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259/365 - Virginiaaahhh!!! on Flickr.© 2012 Eric Adeleye Photography.
May is my birthday month, so my license expired on my birthday.  Right before my birthday, I attempted to get a new license from the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, but found out that Virginia had a block on my license from 2004.  I contacted the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles and asked them what the block was about, they wanted me to prove that I had vehicle insurance on my truck in November of 2004 or else I had to pay the fine of $550 to have the block lifted.  My insurance company doesn’t have records that go back that far so I couldn’t prove that I had insurance and ended up having to pay $550.  I’m still mad about having to pay the fine which I thought was unjust which is why I’m yelling about it.  LOL, I could have gotten a new SB-910 flash with that money.

259/365 - Virginiaaahhh!!! on Flickr.

© 2012 Eric Adeleye Photography.

May is my birthday month, so my license expired on my birthday. Right before my birthday, I attempted to get a new license from the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, but found out that Virginia had a block on my license from 2004. I contacted the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles and asked them what the block was about, they wanted me to prove that I had vehicle insurance on my truck in November of 2004 or else I had to pay the fine of $550 to have the block lifted. My insurance company doesn’t have records that go back that far so I couldn’t prove that I had insurance and ended up having to pay $550. I’m still mad about having to pay the fine which I thought was unjust which is why I’m yelling about it. LOL, I could have gotten a new SB-910 flash with that money.

256/365 - And the Winner Is… on Flickr.© 2012 Eric Adeleye Photography.  
This is a photograph of Belle, a pit bull owned by one of my co-workers.  My co-worker won a free photo shoot that I raffled off at the Christmas Party back in 2011.  I was finally able to have the photo session with my colleague and her family, we had a great time.  Belle is a true southern belle and likes my camera.

256/365 - And the Winner Is… on Flickr.

© 2012 Eric Adeleye Photography.

This is a photograph of Belle, a pit bull owned by one of my co-workers. My co-worker won a free photo shoot that I raffled off at the Christmas Party back in 2011. I was finally able to have the photo session with my colleague and her family, we had a great time. Belle is a true southern belle and likes my camera.

The Eye of the Photographer on Flickr.© 2013 Eric Adeleye Photography. All rights reserved.
Alien Bee B800 positioned in front of subject at height of 7 feet at a a 45 degree downward angle, @ 1/24 power with 51” PLM silver umbrella. One SB-910 speedlight positioned behind subject’s right at 5’ 5” height with a large rogue flashbender, pointed at the wall behind subject. One SB-700 speedlight behind subject’s left at 5’ 5” height with a large rogue flashbender pointed at the wall behind subject.
This is how I see the world as a photographer. I’m constantly looking at everything as a potential photograph. A moment that has been waiting for me to capture it with my camera. Part of the creative process is envisioning the final photograph in your mind before you take the first picture.
Nikon D200, AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G lens, Aperture: f/11.0, Shutter: 1/200 sec, ISO: 800, five Yongnuo RF-603 triggers, Alien Bee B800 @ 1/24 pwr with 51” PLM silver umbrella, Nikon SB-700 speedlight @ 1/8 pwr 17mm zoom, Nikon SB-910 @ 1/8 pwr 18mm zoom, two large Rouge Flashbenders, one each speedlight. Processing done with Adobe Camera Raw, Adobe Photoshop CS6, and HDR Efex 2 to add the HDR effect to final composite image.

The Eye of the Photographer on Flickr.

© 2013 Eric Adeleye Photography. All rights reserved.

Alien Bee B800 positioned in front of subject at height of 7 feet at a a 45 degree downward angle, @ 1/24 power with 51” PLM silver umbrella. One SB-910 speedlight positioned behind subject’s right at 5’ 5” height with a large rogue flashbender, pointed at the wall behind subject. One SB-700 speedlight behind subject’s left at 5’ 5” height with a large rogue flashbender pointed at the wall behind subject.

This is how I see the world as a photographer. I’m constantly looking at everything as a potential photograph. A moment that has been waiting for me to capture it with my camera. Part of the creative process is envisioning the final photograph in your mind before you take the first picture.

Nikon D200, AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G lens, Aperture: f/11.0, Shutter: 1/200 sec, ISO: 800, five Yongnuo RF-603 triggers, Alien Bee B800 @ 1/24 pwr with 51” PLM silver umbrella, Nikon SB-700 speedlight @ 1/8 pwr 17mm zoom, Nikon SB-910 @ 1/8 pwr 18mm zoom, two large Rouge Flashbenders, one each speedlight. Processing done with Adobe Camera Raw, Adobe Photoshop CS6, and HDR Efex 2 to add the HDR effect to final composite image.

216/365 - The Wilmington Brush Fire on Flickr.© 2012 Eric Adeleye Photography.   
The Wilmington brush fire burned strong on April 16, 2012, it would eventually grow to cover over 60 acres of land within Wilmington.  I was on my way home from work for the day and saw the smoke from my job.  I decided to drive in the direction of the smoke to see if the fire was close by.  To my surprise, the brush fire was burning several blocks away from my job.  I took this photograph while sitting in traffic as I drove towards the source of the smoke.

216/365 - The Wilmington Brush Fire on Flickr.

© 2012 Eric Adeleye Photography.

The Wilmington brush fire burned strong on April 16, 2012, it would eventually grow to cover over 60 acres of land within Wilmington. I was on my way home from work for the day and saw the smoke from my job. I decided to drive in the direction of the smoke to see if the fire was close by. To my surprise, the brush fire was burning several blocks away from my job. I took this photograph while sitting in traffic as I drove towards the source of the smoke.