sigma dp1 merrill

  1. Brian Moore

    Huntington Beach Pier

    I steadied the Sigma DP1 Merrill on a wall or something and let it capture this light. Huntington Beach Pier by brian moore, on Flickr
  2. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Rock Island Plow Co. Building

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. @Gianluca Drago: I made this shot with the ex-MacKillop Sigma DP1 Merrill. The Rock Island Plow Company Building by brian moore, on Flickr
  3. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Ship Rock

    I posted a different picture of Ship Rock and it's lava dyke a few years ago. In that picture I placed the dyke in the foreground and used it like a leading line. It was an OK picture but it visually diminished the rock. Here the rock is the main event. Ship Rock is an example of an "inselberg"...
  4. Brian Moore

    Eminent Romans

    Shot with the Sigma DP1 Merrill (ex-MacKillop) then substantially modified in Photoshop.
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    Critique Welcomed B-dock on Acid

    An attempt at ICM (Intentional Camera Movement). Not sure quite yet how I feel about ICM. Some images I've seen demonstrate lovely, wave-like flows of color. I find it's easy to move your camera around during a low speed exposure, but quite another matter to produce a quality image. Sigma DP1M.
  6. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed A Study in Contrasts

    The big one is the Devon Tower, the tallest building in Oklahoma City and also the tallest in Oklahoma. (It's also said to be the tallest in the Plains States, which I guess would be Nebraska, Kansas, Montana, the Dakotas as well as Oklahoma.) It was completed in 2012 and reaches 844 feet into...
  7. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Gateway Arch III

    This is "Gateway Arch III" because I see I have posted two previous pictures under the same title. (I love how the re-vamped RPF website pops up the "already discussed" posts so you are less likely to repeat yourself--as I have so often done. Thanks @Hamish Gill and @Pete Askew.) (Sigma DP1...
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    Critique Welcomed Studebaker Under Moon and Lamp Light

    An early 50's (I think) Studebaker Champion 4-door sedan. This vehicle was at the time (a few years ago) a daily driver that lived in my neighborhood. On this particular evening I was on a walk with Sadie (my lovely dog, who some RPFr's may remember). The car looked particularly fetching, so I...
  9. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Shopkeepers, Abu Dhabi

    The older gentleman was very friendly; the younger bloke not so much. The older fellow was telling him to look at the camera and smile (I don't speak Arabic but that was clearly what he was saying), and even went so far as to manhandle him into position. (The hand on his neck was there by way of...
  10. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed A Reflection of The Getty

    Down in the Los Angeles area last November for Thanksgiving and took a day to visit The Getty Center, one of my favorite places. Sigma DP1 Merrill
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    Critique Welcomed The Iowa State Capitol Building

    This is a crop of an image I made several years ago. (I think I may have posted the original here on RPF,...not sure.) It's the capitol building reflected in the glass facade of a modernist office building down the road a bit. It was my first time in Des Moines and I was just driving in from...
  12. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Smokestack Cotton Candy

    Driving through the Anacortes (Washington state) area late yesterday afternoon I was forced to pull off the road and get a couple of pictures cotton candy/candy floss emissions from the oil refinery. The color didn't last long as the sun soon descended behind the hills west of me. Sigma DP1...
  13. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Lava Dyke and Ship Rock

    This is on Navajo land in northwest New Mexico. Ship Rock is sacred to the Navajo. And no wonder. It is majestic! (The wide angle lens of my Sigma DP1 Merrill --28mm equivalent--doesn't really do it justice in this photo.) It projects upward some 1600 feet from the desert floor. The dyke is...
  14. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed A Getty Twilight

    At the Getty Center in Los Angeles. Shot last night, Nov 23, 2021, with the ex-MacKillop Sigma DP1 Merrill. I've been getting interested in color lately. For this particular image I applied a pre-set that gave me the rich color on the building and the not-quite-right blue sky. Also applied a...
  15. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Contrail Over Concrete Assembly of God

    Concrete, Washington. Contrails in a clear sky always attract my attention. Sigma DP1 Merrill.
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    Critique Welcomed The Bloch Building

    This is at the Nelson-Adkins Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. It's named after one of the museum's benefactors I believe. Sigma DP1M(cKillop)
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    Critique Welcomed Bifurcated Light Saber

    A few years ago I was in Milwaukee on business and I was heading by car to Chicago. On the radio I heard an advertisement for a photo display by Alex Soth at the Milwaukee Art Museum. At the time I was unfamiliar with the MAM, and since it was early afternoon and I was in no rush I decided to go...
  18. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Qasr Al Muwaiji

    This is the southeast tower of Qasr Al Muwaiji in Al Ain, the World Heritage Site in the United Arab Emirates. Sigma DP1 Merrill.
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    Critique Welcomed Green Beam Under Blue Sky

    A while back my ex-MacKillop Sigma DP1 Merrill developed a flaw in the sensor. On light backgrounds or blue skies you could make out, if you looked closely, an X pattern in the top right corner of every image. I didn't notice it at first but once I did I saw it in every shot of the type...
  20. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum

    This is in Kansas City. The Nelson Atkins Museum has been around a long time, but the Bloch building only since 2007. Wonderful Museum. Sigma DP1 Merrill.