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Welcome to my Blog

First I would like to thank you for visiting “Focus to Frame” and my new blog. This post is the first of many to come. I will be posting articles to include photography how to and photo shooting hints, photo locations, latest photography equipment, all future updates to my website and anything else related to photography. Please feel free to send me comments and contact me if you have any questions related to photography. Feel free to leave me a comment on my blog posts at any time.


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Monthly Newsletter

I will be sending a monthly newsletter to my fans starting in December.  It will have a featured monthly theme and photograph. It will include other photos related to that theme. It will offer an opportunity to invest in my fine art photography through my Focus to Frame website. If you are interested in investing in one of my photos and are reluctant to order it through my website please contact me.  As you know I print, mat and custom frame in my framing shop. I can save you 25% off of my website prices. I will ship the print or framed print to you.  I only do paper prints. Anything other than paper print needs to be ordered through my Focus to frame website.  Go beyond the wall with magnets, mugs, ornaments, and other customized print items. 

Seal Beach Pier California Panoramic

Seal Beach Pier at Sunset

This photograph is an HDR-Panoramic photograph consisting of 21 separate images run through High Dynamic Range (HDR) processing and then stitched together in Lightroom Panorama merge. Ah, the wonders of creative photography software we have access to these days. This image is the Seal Beach Pier at sunset how I love to photograph the natural beauty of our world and tie it into architectural structures. There are several programs available to post-process images. I use Aurora HDR by Skylum, Adobe Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop CC. The latest update to Lightroom Classic allows in a single step; you can also merge multiple exposure-bracketed photos (with consistent exposure offsets) to create an HDR panorama.


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