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Barnum and Baileys Fabulous Road Trip Vacation Across The USA Circa 2013

December 8th, 2014

Barnum and Baileys Fabulous Road Trip Vacation Across The USA Circa 2013

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If You Are Going To San Francisco Make Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair

December 8th, 2014

If You Are Going To San Francisco Make Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair

If You Are Going To San Francisco Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair 20140665 Square

The Summer of Love was a social phenomenon that occurred during the summer of 1967, when as many as 100,000 people converged on the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco. Although hippies also gathered in major cities across the U.S., Canada and Europe, San Francisco remained the epicenter of the social earthquake that would come to be known as the Hippie Revolution. Like its sister enclave of Greenwich Village, the city became even more of a melting pot of politics, music, drugs, creativity, and the total lack of sexual and social inhibition than it already was. As the hippie counterculture movement came farther and farther forward into public awareness, the activities centered therein became a defining moment of the 1960s, causing numerous 'ordinary citizens' to begin questioning everything and anything about them and their environment as a result. -wikipedia




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For $4.3 million you can get a Gursky. For $43 million you can get a Lichtenstein. And for just a tad under $120 million, you can get a Munch. Luckily for everyone else, there is Wingsdomain Art and Photography!


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Eat Drink Play Repeat in San Francisco

December 8th, 2014

Eat Drink Play Repeat in San Francisco

Eat Drink Play Repeat 20140713 San Francisco

Four simple and yet powerful words to live by, Eat, Drink, Play, Repeat. Children of all ages know how to do it, they are all born with it. As we grow up and older into the real adult world, we get busy, things get hectic, life gets in the way, and before you know it, in the midst of life, this most fundamental of philosophy is forgotten and lost in the depths of our childhood. Well, this is a gentle reminder, you were right when you were young, and this fabulously colorful and vibrant artwork will never let you forget those four simple words ever again, Eat, Drink, Play, Repeat!

And where else better to Eat Drink Play and Repeat!? San Francisco, the universe's number one gastronomic orgy, world renowned award winning wines and other lively spirits, and not to mention the biggest playground in the galaxy masked as the City by The Bay. Voted the most fun per square foot allowable by any big city ordinance, known internationally as the Mecca of Fun, and enjoyed by long time locals and eccentrics for centuries! If there were ever a place to practice your freedom of religion and philosophy of Eat, Drink, Play, and Repeat, look no further, San Francisco is Your destiny!

A perfect conversation piece and a work of art, your friends, family, and co-workers will surely be captivated when they enter your world to see this masterful and creative photo artwork adorning your wall and greeting them with the simple yet powerful words to live by! And what a motivating way to start your everyday, Eat, Drink, Play, Repeat!

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For $4.3 million you can get a Gursky. For $43 million you can get a Lichtenstein. And for just a tad under $120 million, you can get a Munch. Luckily for everyone else, there is Wingsdomain Art and Photography!

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San Francisco Vintage Streetcar on Market Street

December 8th, 2014

San Francisco Vintage Streetcar on Market Street

The F Market & Wharves line is one of several light rail lines in San Francisco, California. Unlike the other lines, the F line is operated as a heritage streetcar service, using exclusively historic equipment both from San Francisco's retired fleet as well as from cities around the world. While the F line is operated by the San Francisco Municipal Railway (Muni), its operation is supported by Market Street Railway, a nonprofit organization of streetcar enthusiasts which raises funds and helps to restore vintage streetcars.

Despite its heritage status, the F Market & Wharves line is an integral part of Muni's intermodal urban transport network, operating at frequent intervals for 20 hours a day, seven days a week. It carries local commuters and tourists alike, linking residential, business and leisure oriented areas of the city. Unlike the San Francisco cable car system, standard Muni fares are levied. -wikipedia




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When Pigs Fly

December 8th, 2014

When Pigs Fly

A holy cross floating in and out of this world? Three moons orbiting the sky? A United Airlines 747 Jet flying freely upside down? This can't possibly happen in real life!? But it can, this and much more happens "When Pigs Fly"!


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For $4.3 million you can get a Gursky. For $43 million you can get a Lichtenstein. And for just a tad under $120 million, you can get a Munch. Luckily for everyone else, there is Wingsdomain Art and Photography!

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Vintage Steam Locomotive by Wingsdomain Art and Photography

August 4th, 2014

Vintage Steam Locomotive by Wingsdomain Art and Photography

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A steam locomotive is a railway locomotive that produces its pulling power through a steam engine. These locomotives are fueled by burning combustible material, usually coal, wood or oil, to produce steam in a boiler. The steam moves reciprocating pistons which are mechanically connected the locomotive’s main wheels. Both fuel and water supplies are carried with the locomotive, either on the locomotive itself or in wagons (tenders) pulled behind.



The US started developing steam locomotives in 1830 with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad’s Tom Thumb. This was the first US-built locomotive to run in America, Stourbridge Lion being the first, although it was intended as a demonstration of the potential of steam traction, rather than as a revenue-earning locomotive. Many of the earliest locomotives for American railroads were imported from Great Britain, including the Stourbridge Lion and the John Bull (still the oldest operable engine-powered vehicle in the United States of any kind, as of 1981) but a domestic locomotive manufacturing industry was quickly established, with locomotives like the DeWitt Clinton being built in the 1830s  -wikipedia



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Who Is Behind The Creative Art Work of Wingsdomain Art and Photography

July 18th, 2014

Who Is Behind The Creative Art Work of Wingsdomain Art and Photography

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Wingsdomain Art and Photography has been creating original art and photography for as long as anyone can remember. Countless people have bought his amazing work which can already be seen worldwide in seven continents. People from all walks of life are captivated by his artistry, from art collectors to the common man/woman on the streets of Brooklyn, to 5 star restaurant owners, hotel operators, and other institutions, to house wives and husbands looking to revitalize their castles known to most as their humble abode, to respected gallery owners, and to the rich and famous of Beverly Hills, San Francisco, New York City, Paris, London, and Monte Carlos. His unique creative style is captivating and diverse. He never stops seeing the world as art and fortunately for all of humanity he is able to capture that art world and present it to all to marvel at.

 

“His art work is wonderous, I know it sounds trite, but putting up a few of his amazing art work on my wall was possibly the best feeling I’ve ever had, it was like a religious experience!” -anonymous

 

“His art and photography is trenscending!” -artcollector2020

 

“Creativity and originality like this comes along only once in a lifetime!” -rollinstonesmagazine168

 

And so the single most profound and elusive question of our generation has got to be, “Who Is This Genius of Art and Photography of Our Times?!” There has been very little written about Wingsdomain and yet his art and photography has captured the imagination of people from around the world. There are no known photograph of him, neither as a child nor as an adult, and yet it seems the art world can’t get enough of his priceless art like a fine case of wine, and unlike a car, they are sure to increase in value the moment it leaves the lot! The only visual images we have ever seen of this world renowned artist and photographer is his undeniable iconic symbols, perfectly symbolic of his socially conscious humble stamp and environmentally sensitive minimal carbon footstep seen throughout the world wide web, protecting wildlife for future generations.

 

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Arguably the most interesting artist and photographer the world has never known! He is an enigma wrapped in a puzzle trapped in cyberspace, embraced by the cloud, trending through mass social media, and going viral crossing all generation divides in Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Houss, Tumblr, Instagram, Flickr, Youtube, WordPress Blogs, Blogspot, and even single handedly waking up AOL, Myspace, and Classmates from the dead! And yet all we know about this most famous of the famed is that he is without a doubt devoted to his unique vision of art and photography, his body of work when placed side by side can stretch all seven continents 100 times, his diverse artistic subjects have attracted crowds in the far reaches of the world, his creativity is boundless, and his followers are growing every moment of every day of every month of every year! If you don’t own one of his immaculate works of art already, you are destined to own one today! Some has called his art work an out of body experience, others thought they saw Jesus in a number of his art works, and still others have described his work as changing their lives forever for the better. He has been known to have rescued a bed ridden senior citizen from a towering infernal by carrying her down 100 flights of stairs, and when asked about his heroism, he was quoted as saying, “senior citizens are the real heroes of this country!” As a philanthropist, he has been known to give billions to numerous charities from all around the world, and one of his favorite hobbies is donning a disguise and scouring big major cities to fight crime. There has been unconfirmed accounts of people winning the Super Lottery the very day they bought one of his works. An anonymous member of Germany’s world cup sports world reportedly said that they had no confidence, no chance of beating Argentina, so they sought divine help by going online and buying up as many art and photography prints from Wingsdomain as their team could muster up, and the rest has quickly become international folklore, scandal, and history! There has been reliable stories of his early years trained as a Navy Seal and having played a crucial part in capturing the International number one enemy at the time, Saddam Hussein, though all records of his bravery has been scraped from history books undoubtedly due to his role in this toppest of top secret mission operative, not even The President of the United States knew about him! And from the far reaches of third world countries, there are folk songs sung in the glow of moon light nights and the harvest fields of life giving crops, in areas that were once stricken by famine and ravished by disease, the same families today sing folk songs about how the “One” who called himself “W” that came from the West to feed the starving and cared for the weak, and how all their misfortunes suddenly turned around that one miraculous Winter day. This presumably was the ever humble humanitarian known only as Wingsdomain. The National Security Agency (NSA) has been tracking Wingsdomain Art and Photography even before the Edward Snowden story broke, but the NSA is no match, a mere child’s play for the ever elusive Wingsdomain. Even Google has been known to spend millions sending out search BOTs to Wingsdomain Art and Photography’s website in numerous feeble attempts to collect trade secrets and in turn show them to the larger public in hopes of finally capturing and exposing the genius and undeniable artistry behind Wingsdomain Art and Photography, but Wingsdomain’s self taught genius level programming skills in C, C++, C#, Objective-C, Java, PHP, Visual Basic, Python, Perl, and JavaScript, and his award winning world renown 3,000 page encrypted firewall codes are impenetrable. We all know there is no known guarantee in life, but Wingsdomain Art and Photography sure comes pretty close!

 

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And now, for the first time in the long illustrious storybook history of this enigma simply known as Wingsdomain, the art world’s man amongst boys, a household name without a face, the one impossible feat that all experts including scientists and the CSI have concluded to be more unimaginably difficult than getting a useable picture of Big Foot, the Lochness Monster, or sighting of an UFO, the one most coveted photograph by Pulitzer Prize winning journalists, paparazzis of the rich and famous, and everyday snapshot soccer moms the world over, this Ghandi, Mother Teresa, and Martin Luther King Jr all wrapped into one, this Van Gogh, Gauguin, and Monet of our times, this JFK, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington of the art world; in baseball he would be considered a grand slam, in football a winning touchdown, and in basketball a slam dunk – a never before seen picture of this notorious godzilla of the art world has been discovered in the high rigorous Mountains of the Himalayas buried in 96 inches of freezing snow in the harshest of conditions, this one and only phenomenally priceless picture is finally upon our mortal eyes. A snapshot taken of his second favorite obsessive passion just behind his first favorite obsessive passion of working on his art and photography, and that is fighting crime behind a simple commoner’s plastic shopping bag disguising his true identity as the one known throughout the art world simply as Wingsdomain. Pure genius at work! The authenticity of the picture has been confirmed in extensive lab tests and has gone through numerous carbon 14 dating, along with visual confirmations by all that has been blessed by his presence and enlighten by his art work.

 

We did all the hard work to uncover this picture sought after by loyal fans throughout the world, and now all you have to do is Pick HERE to see the real Wingsdomain Art and Photography!

 

 

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INGO Art . Unique Art For That Unique Person On Your Christmas Holiday Shopping List . By Wingsdomain.com

December 4th, 2011

INGO Art .  Unique Art For That Unique Person On Your Christmas Holiday Shopping List . By Wingsdomain.com

INGO Art, Unique Art For That Unique Person On Your Christmas Holiday Shopping List from Wingsdomain Art and Photography.







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Something For The Vultures On Your Christmas Holiday Gift List . By Wingsdomain.com

December 4th, 2011

Something For The Vultures On Your Christmas Holiday Gift List . By Wingsdomain.com

Something For The Vultures on your Christmas Holiday Gift List from Wingsdomain Art and Photography.




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Automotive Art Prints . Gift Ideas For The Christmas Holiday Season . By Wingsdomain.com

December 2nd, 2011

Automotive Art Prints . Gift Ideas For The Christmas Holiday Season . By Wingsdomain.com

Automotive Art Prints For The Christmas Holiday Seasons from Wingsdomain Art and Photography.




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San Francisco Bay Area Prints As Gifts For The Christmas Holiday Season . by wingsdomain.com

December 1st, 2011

San Francisco Bay Area Prints As Gifts For The Christmas Holiday Season . by wingsdomain.com

San Francisco Bay Area Prints For The Christmas Holiday Seasons from Wingsdomain Art and Photography.




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Theres Something Happening Here . Occupy SF 2011 . by wingsdomain.com

November 29th, 2011

Theres Something Happening Here . Occupy SF 2011 . by wingsdomain.com

"There's Something Happening Here . Occupy SF 2011" by wingsdomain.com


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Occupy SF . by wingsdomain.com

November 28th, 2011

Occupy SF . by wingsdomain.com

"Occupy SF" by wingsdomain.com


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Gursky 4.3 Million . Lichtenstein 43 Million . Wingsdomain Art And Photography For The Rest Of Us

November 17th, 2011

Gursky 4.3 Million . Lichtenstein 43 Million . Wingsdomain Art And Photography For The Rest Of Us

For $4.3 million you can buy a Gursky. For $43 million you can buy a Lichtenstein. Luckily, for the rest of us, there is Wingsdomain Art and Photography!



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The Raven and The Moon . by wingsdomain.com

November 17th, 2011

The Raven and The Moon . by wingsdomain.com

"The Raven and The Moon" by wingsdomain.com


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The Crockett Carquinez Bridge Skyway in Abstract . by wingsdomain.com

November 17th, 2011

The Crockett Carquinez Bridge Skyway in Abstract . by wingsdomain.com

"The Crockett Carquinez Bridge Skyway in Abstract" by wingsdomain.com


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Napa Valley Vineyard in Autumn Colors 2 . by wingsdomain.com

November 17th, 2011

Napa Valley Vineyard in Autumn Colors 2 . by wingsdomain.com

"Napa Valley Vineyard in Autumn Colors 2" by wingsdomain.com


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The White Flamingo . by wingsdomain.com

November 10th, 2011

The White Flamingo . by wingsdomain.com

"The White Flamingo" by wingsdomain.com


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INGO The Unauthorized Wingsdomain Art And Photography Book For The Holiday Seasons . Compact Version

November 9th, 2011

INGO The Unauthorized Wingsdomain Art And Photography Book For The Holiday Seasons . Compact Version

Just in time for the Holiday Seasons, wingsdomain.com releases "INGO", The Unauthorized Wingsdomain Art and Photography book - Compact Version!



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Blue Spider . by wingsdomain.com

November 8th, 2011

Blue Spider . by wingsdomain.com

"Blue Spider" by wingsdomain.com


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The Long Journey . by wingsdomain.com

November 7th, 2011

The Long Journey . by wingsdomain.com

"Two Bridges One Moon" by wingsdomain.com


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Two Bridges One Moon . by wingsdomain.com

November 6th, 2011

Two Bridges One Moon . by wingsdomain.com

"Two Bridges One Moon" by wingsdomain.com


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INGO The Unauthorized Wingsdomain Art And Photography Book For The Holiday Seasons

November 4th, 2011

INGO The Unauthorized Wingsdomain Art And Photography Book For The Holiday Seasons

Just in time for the Holiday Seasons, wingsdomain.com releases "INGO", The Unauthorized Wingsdomain Art and Photography book!



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The Official 99 Percent Tshirt Is Here . Aka Occupy Wall Street . By Wingsdomain.com

November 3rd, 2011

The Official 99 Percent Tshirt Is Here . Aka Occupy Wall Street . By Wingsdomain.com

The Official 99% Tshirt is here!, aka Occupy Wall Street. Pick on image for more details below:


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The Official 99 Percent Tshirt Is Here . Aka Occupy Wall Street . By Wingsdomain.com

November 3rd, 2011

The Official 99 Percent Tshirt Is Here . Aka Occupy Wall Street . By Wingsdomain.com

The Official 99% Tshirt is here!, aka Occupy Wall Street. Pick on image for more details below:


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The Spider and The Fly . by Wingsdomain.com

November 2nd, 2011

The Spider and The Fly . by Wingsdomain.com

"The Spider and The Fly" by wingsdomain.com


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Night of The Cormorant . by wingsdomain.com

October 31st, 2011

Night of The Cormorant . by wingsdomain.com

"Night of The Cormorant" by wingsdomain.com


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Wingsdomain.com Releases Annual Holiday Christmas Card . Happy Holidays . Winter Migration

October 29th, 2011

Wingsdomain.com Releases Annual Holiday Christmas Card . Happy Holidays . Winter Migration

Just in time for the Holiday Season, wingsdomain.com has released his annual Holiday Christmas Card, "Happy Holidays . Winter Migration". Wingsdomain.com releases a new Holiday card each year, created from one of his fine photo arts. This year's Holiday card, like all of his past years' cards, is sure to be a collectors' item!


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The Great Migration . By wingsdomain.com

October 28th, 2011

The Great Migration . By wingsdomain.com

Every year at the beginning of Fall, a very special and strange phenomenon occurs along the Pacific Coast extending from Alaska to Patagonia. Birds of all species fly from the North down the peninisula to the South in search for food and warmer weathers. This migratory route is known to Ornithologists and bird watchers as the Pacific Flyway. Legend has it that on an extraordinarily special Fall night when the moon is in full bloom and the skies are alive with sweeping and powerful clouds reaching into the heavens, a wayward flying pig will appear and join the migration, having sprouted wings. And on this wonderous night of nights, something magical will happen to all of mankind. -W

"The Great Migration"

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Lost In America . By Wingsdomain.com

October 27th, 2011

Lost In America . By Wingsdomain.com

A maiden weeps in this vast land that feeds a nation. Wall Street stalls, it's a Bear. The sky opens up and cleanses the soil, sprouts a plenty, it's going to be a good year. Europe bounces and the Bulls return, it's now China's turn to make it a clean sweep. The drought has come, never underestimate the mother of nature, she's in control, not you nor me. We've been occupied, where will the Bears go from here? Will the Bulls make a charge and clear the air? A maiden's mom passed on this land of plenty, she's buried high on that hill where she won't be forgotten. What goes up must come down, it's only monopoly money, Wall Street will be spared. This land fed a nation and now it just withers in this cool night air. "Lost In America".


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Made In America . Chevy Corvette . By Wingsdomain.com

October 26th, 2011

Made In America . Chevy Corvette . By Wingsdomain.com

Made In The USA . Chevy Corvette


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People Are Talking About Wingsdomain.com . Yesterday Came Early Tomorrow Is Almost Over

October 25th, 2011

People Are Talking About Wingsdomain.com . Yesterday Came Early Tomorrow Is Almost Over



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Autumn returns much too early in the cool night air. The days of old have been swept by the wind into the sunset. Another year is coming to an end and what once was born has given way to the past. The new will replace the old and the old will wither in the darken skies. Tomorrow will come and yesterday will be forgotten. A kid's laughter will become a father and mother's smiles, and life will become old again. The sweet smell of roses is no more. If you blink, you will have missed a lifetime. Stay young, stay fresh. Yesterday Came Early, Tomorrow Is Almost Over -W


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Yesterday Came Early, Tomorrow Is Almost Over

October 20th, 2011

Yesterday Came Early, Tomorrow Is Almost Over

Autumn returns much too early in the cool night air. The days of old have been swept by the wind into the sunset. Another year is coming to an end and what once was born has given way to the past. The new will replace the old and the old will wither in the darken skies. Tomorrow will come and yesterday will be forgotten. A kid's laughter will become a father and mother's smiles, and life will become old again. The sweet smell of roses is no more. If you blink, you will have missed a lifetime. Stay young, stay fresh. Yesterday Came Early, Tomorrow Is Almost Over


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Wingsdomain.com Releases New Surreal Artwork . When Pigs Fly

October 18th, 2011

Wingsdomain.com Releases New Surreal Artwork . When Pigs Fly

A holy cross floating in and out of this world? Three moons orbiting the sky? A United Airlines 747 Jet flying freely upside down? This can't possibly happen in real life!? But it can, this and much more happens "When Pigs Fly!"


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The Pumpkin Patch . When Nobody Is Looking . By Wingsdomain.com

October 18th, 2011

The Pumpkin Patch . When Nobody Is Looking . By Wingsdomain.com

Ever wonder why sometimes you hear a sudden sound and you turn to look but you can't find where the sound came from? Or from the corner of your eye you sense a movement, but when you turn to see what it is, the movement is nowhere to be found? I was at the old pumpkin patch near Half Moon Bay last weekend with my 6 year old boy and wife. The pumpkin patch have been rumored to be haunted ever since the mysterious macabre deaths of 2 hikers on Halloween night in that area about 10 years ago. The 2 hikers were found slaughtered and beheaded and their eyes were all missing from their severed heads. I thought nothing of it at the time as the wife and boy went looking for the perfect pumpkin with all the other people at the patch while I stayed behind alone in this dark patch of pumpkins and was taking random photos, not really paying attention to what I was photographing. A number of times I thought I had heard rustling sounds and movements from behind me as I stood there taking pictures but I dismissed the sounds and movements to be mice or something. When I got home that evening, I downloaded the photos from my camera and I was suddenly struck with an eerie chill down the back of my neck as I saw in that batch of random photos on my monitor before me something ominous and otherworldly. I am shaking with this uncontrollable fear as I type this message as I can only show you here what I must have accidentally photographed that evening alone in that old pumpkin patch near Half Moon Bay. This is the photograph as it came out of my camera, no photoshop, no manipulation of any sort. If this is to be my last message here, may God have mercy on my soul.

The Pumpkin Patch, When Nobody's Looking.

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Angels In The Sky . By Wingsdomain.com

October 14th, 2011

Angels In The Sky . By Wingsdomain.com

Wingsdomain.com releases a new surreal photo art, Angels In The Sky.


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Midnight Raid Under The Red Moonlight . By Wingsdomain.com

October 14th, 2011

Midnight Raid Under The Red Moonlight . By Wingsdomain.com

Wingsdomain.com releases a new surreal photo art, Midnight Raid Under The Red Moonlight.


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The Day After Armageddon At The San Francisco Zoo By Wingsdomain.com

October 14th, 2011

The Day After Armageddon At The San Francisco Zoo By Wingsdomain.com

Wingsdomain.com takes a surreal look at The Day After Armageddon At The San Francisco Zoo.


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Help Mr Owl Go Viral For Halloween . By Wingsdomain.com

October 14th, 2011

Help Mr Owl Go Viral For Halloween . By Wingsdomain.com

Help Mr. Owl go Viral! Over 23,000 hits on this image page in the past week alone! Pick the image link below to view the page and spread the news through any of your favorite social network sites like Google, Facebook, and Stumbleupon!



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The Art And Photography Of The San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge By Wingsdomain.com

October 11th, 2011

Presenting The San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge as seen through the Art and Photography of Wingsdomain.com.


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Messages To Steve Jobs . San Francisco Apple Store Memorial . RIP Mr. Steve Jobs . October 5 2011 - Wingsdomain Art and Photography

October 7th, 2011

Messages To Steve Jobs . San Francisco Apple Store Memorial . RIP Mr. Steve Jobs . October 5 2011. The photos were taken at the San Francisco Union Square Apple Store on a clear sunny day at 9:00am on Friday, October 7, 2011, 2 days after the passing of Steve Jobs. Just about every note can be read at its original size. We have surely missed you, Mr. Steve Jobs, RIP.

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RIP Mr. Steve Jobs . October 5 2011 . A Photo Tribute By Wingsdomain.com

October 6th, 2011

A photo tribute to the visionary who innovated the way we think and use technology in our everyday lives, Mr. Steve Jobs, RIP, October 5, 2011


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The Art And Photography Of The San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge By Wingsdomain.com

October 5th, 2011

The Art And Photography Of The San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge By Wingsdomain.com

Presenting The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge as seen through the Art and Photography of Wingsdomain.com.


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Wingsdomain.com Takes An Art Photographers Walk Through San Franciscos Castro District

October 3rd, 2011

Wingsdomain.com takes an art photographer's walk through San Francisco's Castro District and finds a lively world of color and creativity.


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Artists And Photographers Pick . By Wingsdomain.com

September 27th, 2011

Wingsdomain.com Introduces Artists and Photographers Pick Gallery. This exciting new online gallery consists of art and photographs created by wingsdomain.com and favorited (think Google Like button) by other contemporary artists and photographers. This should help buyers in selecting a piece of art or photography with the confidence of knowing that other contemporary artists and photographers have given these works their stamp of approval.


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Wingsdomain.com Introduces Painterly Style Photo Art . The Streets Of San Francisco

September 19th, 2011

Wingsdomain.com Introduces Painterly Style Photo Art - The Streets of San Francisco. Painterly Style Photo Art have a lively colorful brush stroke texture in the tradition of impressionists and other master painters. This type of artwork would look terrific on a large canvas, and a print on paper media would look just as stunning!


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Wingsdomain.com Opens Signs Of The Times Art And Photography Gallery

September 9th, 2011

Wingsdomain.com opens Signs of The Times Art and Photography Gallery. A tribute to the icons that adorn the streets of every city in America, signs have become a form of Americana Art. This gallery will surely bring back nostalgic memories of past vacations driving across America or just simply walking down Anytown USA!


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Wingsdomain Thanks Art And Photo Collector From Houston TX Who Purchased A Fine Art Gliclee Print Of Zebra

September 6th, 2011

A BIG THANK YOU to the art and photography collector from Houston, TX who purchased a Fine Art Gliclee Print of "Zebra" from Wingsdomain Art and Photography.

"I am eternally grateful and humbled and I thank you for contributing to my obssession - art and photography."

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Wingsdomain Opens A New Trains Trollies And Buses . Art And Photography Gallery

September 6th, 2011

Wingsdomain opens a new "Trains Trollies and Buses . Art and Photography" Gallery. In this Gallery you will find a collection of refined art and photographs of machines that moved and changed the world! Trains, Trollies, and Buses. Old and new, real and abstract. The many stories each and every machine beholds are shown here in all its glory and artistic splendor.

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Wingsdomain.com Commemorates 911 With God Bless America Photo Artwork

September 3rd, 2011

Wingsdomain.com Commmemorates 911 With "God Bless America" Photo Artwork.


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Wingsdomain Thanks Art And Photo Collector From South Pasadena CA Who Purchased A Fine Art Gliclee Print Of Sardines In Tin Can

September 2nd, 2011

A BIG THANK YOU to the art and photography collector from South Pasadena, CA who purchased a Fine Art Gliclee Print of "Sardines In Tin Can" from Wingsdomain Art and Photography.

"I am eternally grateful and humbled and I thank you for contributing to my obssession - art and photography."

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Last Days Of Summer Automotive Photography By Wingsdomain.com

August 30th, 2011

Summer 2011 is coming to an end and the kids are back in school. Now it's your "ME" time! Sit back and reminisce about those past summers when you were a teenager and your Ride was your everything. Wingsdomain.com has the perfect Automotive Photography Gallery just for your "ME" time!


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I Left My Heart In San Francisco . A Retrospective Look At The Iconic City Of San Francisco . By Wingsdomain.com

August 29th, 2011

After having lived in San Francisco for well over 25 years and then being away for 10 years, I revisited The City By The Bay the other day and found that I never left. "I left my heart in San Francisco" is a retrospective look at the fascinatingly rich textures and sometimes eccentric environment of the iconic city of San Francisco through a gallery of Painterly Style Photo Art by wingsdomain.com.


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Wingsdomain.com introduces Food Art and Photography Online Gallery

August 25th, 2011

Wingsdomain.com introduces Food Art and Photography Online Gallery


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Wingsdomain.com Introduces Painterly Style Photo Art Online Gallery

August 23rd, 2011

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Witness . The Arrival . by wingsdomain.com

August 10th, 2011

"Witness - The Arrival", a surreal look at cows in the night witnessing phenomenons that can happen only in the darkness of rural America.


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Vintage Fox Theater Fine Art Gliclee Prints . By Wingsdomain.com

August 8th, 2011

Enjoy a night at the theaters with a Vintage Theater Fine Art Gliclee Print of Fox Theater by wingsdomain.com


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The Vultures Have Emerged From My Dreams . wingsdomain.com

August 1st, 2011

And at the end it begins. For countless nights they have circled my dreams, swirling ever closer but always afar so it seems. My silent screams have gone unseen, my dreadful dreams forsaken what I could not redeem. And in this dream of dreams, on this night of nights, these sinful creatures from the nether side have emerged from my endless dreams. This darkness that was insane, was in fact the forbidden dream that held these vultures in chains. And now, at the end it begins. In my dream of dreams, in this night of nights, The Vultures Have Emerged From My Dreams.


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Secrets of Bridalveil . by wingsdomain.com

July 30th, 2011

Darkness settles in the skies as the last light shimmers behind this sleepy forest. The maiden glow of Bridalveil peeks through silhouettes of timeless trees with a powerful rumble that disappears into the calm night air. It is in this darkness where she will finally unveil the secrets hidden behind her veil, when neither man nor beast can judge her purity, and she can once again become naked to this night as she has done for an eternity.


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Guardian At The Gate . by wingsdomain.com

July 29th, 2011

.....A lone black raven suddenly appeared, whisked right through my shadows and landed on the open gate before me. So this would be the Guardian at The Gate I told myself. And a revelation dawned on me at that forbidden moment. A revelation that I had feared since the days when I was a child growing up in a God fearing town which I had long abandoned for the spoils of life. A revelation so strong it numbed my senses and destroyed all that remained strong inside of me. I realized at that very moment, at that very unforgettable moment which seemed like an eternity as the memories of my entire existence was relived in that single moment, I realized this could be Heaven. Or, this could be Hell! -W

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Chinese Pavilion Under The Golden Moonlight . By Wingsdomain.com

July 27th, 2011

I still remember those warm spring nights when the innocense of our love met in that Chinese Pavilion under the Golden Moonlight. She was the daughter of a peasant and I was a young warrior with blood on my hands and a hundred thousand men on my shoulders. I promised to conquer the evil world and to return and take her in marriage and away from her life of toil and sufferance. And she promised to wait with her undying love in that Chinese Pavilion under the Golden Moonlight for my victorious return. And so she waited with innocent laughters and giggles that echoed through the countryside, reciting poems she'd learned in school in joyous anticipation for my return. It has been said that she waited 1000 years with her devoted love in that Chinese Pavilion under the Golden Moonlight, as I laid bloodied and defeated on the battlefields that became my grave. -W


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Wingsblog Returns to FAA

July 27th, 2011

Well after having moved my blog to wordpress (http://wingsdomain.wordpress.com) which is working great, I have decided to also blog here on FAA again (as well as on wordpress). So Wingsblog returns to FAA!

Regards -W

Wingsdomain.com Double Thanks Art And Photo Collector From San Leandro CA Who Purchased Two Separate Pelican In Flight Fine Art Gliclee Prints

July 27th, 2011

Wingsdomain.com Double Thanks Art And Photo Collector From San Leandro CA Who Purchased Two Separate Pelican In Flight Fine Art Gliclee Prints

A BIG DOUBLE-THANK YOU to the art and photography collector from San Leandro, CA who purchased Two Separate Pelican In Flight Fine Art Gliclee Print from Wingsdomain Art and Photography.

"I am eternally grateful and humbled and I thank you for contributing to my obssession - art and photography."

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Reminder . Wingsdomain BLOGS Have Moved To WordPress

March 2nd, 2011

Reminder . Wingsdomain BLOGS Have Moved To WordPress

Some of you have been emailing me regarding the status of my Blogs on Fineartamerica since it hasn't been updated for awhile. Please be reminded that Wingsdomain BLOGS have moved to Wordpress at http://wingsdomain.wordpress.com since around end of year 2010. There's been a number of new posts there so go check it out.

-W

Photographing Birds In Flight . BIF

February 18th, 2011

Photographing Birds In Flight . BIF

Originally Posted Aug.15,2009

"Seeing a bird of prey soaring freely in the open sky, swooping down to snatch its prey is a sight of beauty and elegance and I feel privileged everytime to have witnessed it. Capturing this moment in time and being able to share it with viewers is truly a pleasure."



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Seeing a bird of prey soaring freely in the open sky, swooping down to snatch its prey is a sight of beauty and elegance and I feel privileged everytime to have witnessed it. Capturing this moment in time and being able to share it with viewers is truly a pleasure.

A number of viewers have asked about how the Birds In Flight (BIF) photography was done and though there are many experts in the field out there with varying techniques, here is my personal experience. If nothing else, three basic things, good equipment, alot of practice, and a bit of luck. Sounds simple and it is once you get the hang of it. This Blog will be broken down into a number of topics including "Equipment", "Camera Settings", "Technique", "Post Processing", and anything else I can think of as I write so come back often.

1. EQUIPMENT

For equipment, I shoot with a Canon 40D which is a 1.6x crop camera. The 1.6x crop is helpful in giving you a photographic result of longer reach relative to any given lens you are using. Note the longer reach result is somewhat technically debatable but for the sake of this writing, let's just agree this is what we get out of the 1.6x crop cameras. I've had the 40D for a little over a year now and since then, there's been the higher resolution model of the 50D and as of this writing, many photographers are awaiting the 60D model (update 2009-0901, Canon just announced today the availability of the Canon 7D which some speculate is the replacement for the 60D with a different nomenclature, or it may be a completely new species!). As important as camera bodies are, this kinda tells you how disposable they are as well. You can also use Canon's Rebel line of cameras which is also a 1.6x crop camera but without some of the niceties of the xxD models. A number of wildlife shooters will use the 1D series which comes in a 1.3x crop factor but has a much better everything especially in the Auto-Focus category. There's also the 1Ds series which is a full-frame (1.0x) camera along with the 5D, also a full-frame, that sits somewhere between the xxD models and the1D/1Ds models. Of course there are other capable brand names out there like Nikon but I don't own any of those so we won't get into that. That's about as much as I want to say about camera bodies.

A good lens is about as good an investment as you will ever have in photography. In BIF and wildlife photography in general, the longer the better, well most of the time (we will touch upon this "most of the time" statement various times later in this writing). Canon offers a solid line of long lenses to choose from and a solid pricing scheme to match! Minimum requirement of a 300mm f/4L IS will run you about $1,250, and the 800mm f/5.6L has a pricetag of $12,500. Then there is the exotic 1200mm f/5.6 which is NOT very realistic for BIF, weighing just over 36 pounds and costing a whopping $120,000! And that's a used price! This one would fall in that category of "(the longer the better) most of the time" statement I made earlier. ...but I digress. OK, so some of you will chime in and say I can shoot BIF with my Canon 70-200L or 70-300IS and so forth. Very true but believe you me, you will enjoy shooting BIF much more with a longer more capable lens. So what lens do I shoot with? The 400mm f/5.6L. A lens used by many BIF shooters which has many advantages and some disadvantages. But why not the 500mm f/4L or the 600mm f/4L or the 800mm f/5.6L? Well, for one thing, I don't have that kind of cash to spare. :-)

The 400mm f/5.6L runs about $1,300 but as with most good lenses, you can save 10-20% by buying used. Most of Canon's long lenses are labeled "L" not for long but to designate their professional grade lenses and is distinquishable by the red ring around the end of the lens (as of this writing, I think the 400mm f/4 DO IS is the only long lens that doesn't carry the "L" moniker). These lenses tend to be relatively indestructable (knock on wood, as soon as I say this, my lens will surely fall apart!) so buying used is not a bad idea as long as you find a reputable dealer. KEH.com tends to be pretty good. The advantages of the 400mm f/5.6L are many. It's relatively inexpensive, it's relatively light weight at 2.8 pounds, it's relatively compact at 10.1" length and 3.5" diameter, it gives you 400mm of native reach, and it has a built-in lens hood. The downside is, well, it's "only" 400mm reach, the aperture opens up only to f/5.6, and it has no Image Stabilizer (IS). My personal experience with this lens is that it makes for a very good walkaround wildlife/BIF lens because of its lightweightedness and for BIF, the IS has little effect (I know, this is also a subject of discussion but we won't discuss it here :-) ). For most BIF photography, I am shooting in good outdoor light so f/5.6 does not come into play that often. Only when the bird flies into a darken area is when the lens/camera pushes the limits of required shutter speeds. But then again, today's cameras offer very good high ISO performance and I find myself shooting at ISO800 very often without worry. I sometimes even push ISO1600 but at that high ISO, I tend to do a bit more post processing. A tripod is a good idea especially for those even longer and heavier lenses but I haven't needed to use one yet since a tripod or even a monopod will restrict your movements to a certain degree and when I shoot BIF, I tend to be everywhere.

...next up, CAMERA SETTINGS

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2. CAMERA SETTINGS

All dSLR's today will have 3 light metering mode (shutterspeed/aperture combinations) similar to Canon's Av, Tv, and Manual modes. Av allows the photographer to control the aperture opening and having the shutter speed automatically set by the camera based on the available light meter reading by the camera. On the other hand, Tv allows you to set the shutter speed and allow the camera to set the aperture. Then there is the Full Manual mode which allows you the photographer to control and set both the Aperture and Shutter speed. Toss in an ISO setting which controls the sensitivity of the camera's sensors to light and you have a well refined tool to capture and expose a balanced amount of light onto your final photo. Sounds simple enough and it really is but the amount of light in any given BIF situation can change dramatically unlike studio photography where most light is artificial and well controlled by the photographer.

So what camera settings are optimal for BIF photography? There are as many schools of thoughts on this matter as there are metering modes on the camera to set, and many will use a combination for varying situations. For me, I started using Av and then gradually moved onto Tv. Some would argue this to be a step backward, but my argument is that by using Tv mode, I control the shutter speed to match the required shutter speed of BIF. If there isn't enough light, the worst that can happen is my photos are underexposed and to a certain degree, this can be corrected in Post Processing. Whereas if I was to use Av mode which allows me to control depth of field among other things, the worst that can happen is the shutter speeds get too low and I get a blurred photo. Well, I can't readily correct a blurred photo in post processing as I can with an underexposed photo. But even with underexposed photos, I am talking only about up to 1 stop of light, thereafter, even the best post processing techniques would have a difficult chance of saving the photo. For ISO, I am very confident in using up to ISO800, anything higher and I would hesitate but if you must get the shot and you don't have enough light, then by all means, use as much ISO as you need. The downside of high ISO settings is of course with the sensor's higher sensitivity to light comes a higher sensitivity to anomalies that show up in the photo as noise or grains of odd colors. To some degree, this noise can be corrected in post processing but at the same time, noise correction results in some level of image detail degradation (I know there's also been arguments here but that's for another blog :-) ). For BIF photography, using my 40D+400mm combo, I need a minimum of 1/1,250th of a second shutter speed. I oftentimes try to get as high as 1/1,600th of a second. Those with ice in their veins can get away with down to 1/800th of a second but I bleed red blood so I know my limitations. So to sum up so far, I use Tv mode, confidently use up to ISO800, and set my shutter speed anywhere from 1/1,250th to 1/1,600th of a second.

There are three other very important settings on the camera for BIF photography, namely the Focusing modes, the shutter burst modes, and the selection of AF points. For BIF photography, set your focusing mode to AI Servo. That'll allow the camera to continuously and automatically update the focus as you move your camera tracking the moving bird (assuming you have the moving bird locked on target). So a camera with a good AI Servo engine and reliable Auto Focus along with a fast focusing lens is essential for BIF photography. The 40D's AI Servo capabilities are sufficient but Canon's 1D series shine in this category as it does in most other categories. I also set my shutter to Multiple high speed shots. Multiple shots allow you to shoot an action sequence but it also allows you to shoot a series of photos of the same situation so that you have the option to choose the shot you like best later. Some have suggested that multiple shutter bursts also limits the effects of camera shakes, this may be true, at the very least, it gives you more chances of getting that perfect shot. The 40D again does decent with up to 6.5 fps and a buffer of up to 17 RAW files. Typically, I shoot about 2-3 bursts at a time unless I want to shoot an action sequence, then I shoot as many as the buffer will hold. Note the reason I shoot 2-3 bursts for non-action sequences is to conserve the camera's buffer. I tend to shoot those 2-3 bursts and then find I need to shoot 2-3 more bursts a couple seconds later and then again and again - you get the picture. You never want to use up your camera's buffer unnecessarily because as soon as you do, Murphy's Law requires that the perfect photo opportunity will appear and there is no worst feeling for a photographer to be waiting for your buffer to clear in this situation! Finally, for AF points, I select the center point only as this is normally the strongest AF point and the center makes finding your target in the viewfinder much easier.

...perhaps one more setting to identify. I shoot in RAW format. This allows me to fine-tune the photo in Post Processing using the originally captured data from the camera. If I was to shoot in JPG format, the camera would have already processed the photo, the original data would have been compromised, and my post processing workflow would not have a reliable starting point from the JPG file. So shoot RAW!

With the discussion on shutter bursts, I guess I've gotten ahead of myself and gotten a little into the next topic which is "Technique", next up "TECHNIQUE".....

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3. TECHNIQUE

The most fundamental basis of technique for any given subject is to practice practice practice! Ask questions, then practice practice practice again! …and again! With this in mind, there are many varying techniques for BIF photography and I too am constantly learning, practicing, and asking questions. So far, my accumulated techniques are pretty simple and adhere to what I have found that works for me so this is by no means a means to an end but a starting point.

Start by making sure your camera is properly set up. Since I don’t use a tripod on my relatively light Canon 40D+400mm f/5.6 equipment, I hand-hold the camera which offers me the freedom to hike around and react quickly to a bird that may come out of the corner of my eye – and I am always looking for wildlife every which way including behind me (by turning around of course, I don’t have eyes behind my back…as of this writing! :-) ). I am right-handed so I hold the camera with my right hand pretty much in a normal fashion, and with my left hand I hold and support the long lens. When I see a bird coming into view, I quickly raise the camera+lens and start searching for the bird in the viewfinder. Since I keep the tripod collar on the lens, it offers me a nice flat surface to rest the lens onto my left hand palm, keeping my fingers extended and supporting the far end of the lens. Basically try to get a comfortable and balanced position. Finding the bird in your viewfinder is actually more difficult than it sounds especially if the bird is really close which is usually where you want the bird to be, but for beginners, maybe practice finding more distant birds as the view through your viewfinder will cover much more ground which makes it easier to find the bird. Once you’ve located the bird in your viewfinder, press the shutter button halfway and the camera’s Autofocus (AF) will try to lock onto an AF point where you are aiming the camera. But since you, your camera, and the bird are all moving at the same time, the AF might lock onto something else especially if you have a busy background. If this happens, quickly release the shutter button, find the bird again, and try pressing the shutter button halfway again to lock onto your target. If you are successful, there are two basic ways to continue the AF tracking. The obvious way is to keep the shutter button suppressed halfway and continue following and keeping your focus point on the bird and then pressing the shutter button all the way to take the picture when you find the composition appropriate. The other way, and this is my preferred method, is to release the shutter button but continue following the bird in the view finder with the focus point on the bird. Press the shutter button halfway a few times as you follow/track the bird to keep the bird in focus. When the bird gets close enough to the composition you are looking for, press the shutter button halfway again to lock focus but this time keep it suppressed halfway as long as you need, then continue to press the shutter button all the way to take the picture. This pressing and releasing of the shutter button as you track the bird in flight helps in reducing the chances of losing the AF lock to something in the background. Now since your camera is set to shoot multiple bursts, keeping the shutter button all the way down while continuing to track the bird will result in multiple shots until either you release the shutter button or your camera’s buffer fills up. As I eluded to earlier, I tend to shoot in bursts of 2-3 then releasing the shutter button back to its halfway point, continue tracking the bird, and when another nice composition appears, I again shoot another 2-3 bursts. Repeat until the bird is out of range. Oh, by the way, all this happens in about a few seconds window. :-)

A few perhaps debatable tips…

- Before a bird even comes into sight, prime your AF to a point close to where your birds will be coming from by pointing at something in that area and pressing the shutter button halfway then releasing it. This will allow you to have a pretty close focal area when the birds do arrive instead of a big blur!

- When I track a bird in my viewfinder, the prescribed focal point on the bird is the eye but since the eye is such a small target, I don’t worry too much about focusing exactly on the eye. Instead, since the eye is in a fairly close focal plane as the face and body while the bird crosses perpendicularly to my sight of view, I’m ok with focusing on the head/body at this angle. When the bird is coming towards my perpendicular view, the body is a bit askew but the head still offers a pretty close focal plane to the eye of the bird. As the bird flies away from my perpendicular view and if I wanted that angle for my shot (which I seldom do since it is not a very pleasing angle), I try to again focus on the head.

- For beginners and for practice, find a nice slow flying plentiful bird species like seagulls which are in vast numbers in my neck of the woods, and try to shoot them as much as you can. When I first started shooting BIF, I shot probably a few hundred seagulls everytime I went out shooting. Shoot anything that moves too! That’s one of the beauties of modern day Dslr’s, you can shoot as many shots as you like and it costs virtually nothing (except for the count against your camera’s shutter life which tends to be anywhere from 50K to 300K depending on your camera).

That’s it for Techniques for now. If I think of anything else, I will update this post. …next up, POST PROCESSING.








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Before and After Photographs Some Recent Photo Artwork by Wing Tong of Wingsdomain

October 30th, 2010

Before and After Photographs Some Recent Photo Artwork by Wing Tong of Wingsdomain


I was recently inspired to produce some night scenes, most with the moon, using some of the 10,000+ photographs I have in perpetual storage. It was probably no coincidence that the inspiration for these night+moon scenes came when Halloween is just around the corner. Most of the techniques I used can be found in one of my prior posts, "Revitalizing Uninspired Photos into Interesting Photography and Artwork". I was a little surprised myself by the results (in a good way). I even made one into a Christmas card which I will use this year. Below are the before and after images, take a look and any and all comment are welcome.

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(added a subtle shadow of Santa with his Reindeers pulling him on his sleigh, as the only "Witnesses", the cows, stare in wonderment)
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Revitalizing Uninspired Photos Into Interesting Photography and New Artwork

September 30th, 2010

Revitalizing Uninspired Photos Into Interesting Photography and New Artwork

"So what do you do with 20,000 photos? Keep them in storage until future aliens discover and use them to piece together the human civilizations of the past? Perhaps. But perhaps you can make better use of them for some more immediate creative artwork. This blog will introduce some of the artwork I have been able to create, mostly from those remaining 16,000 unused photos that were slated for alien abduction!"




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Shooting digital sure makes it easy to learn and enjoy the art of photography. You can take as many pictures as you like, experiment with your shots and immediately learn from your experiences every time. You're not limited so much by the cost of disposable materials of the past like film and dark room equipments and chemicals. You're only limited by the lifespan of your camera's sensor which is anywhere from 50,000 to 300,000 actuations depending on your camera model, YMMV. When I got my first digital SLR camera, a Canon Rebel 350XT, I shot over 10,000 pictures the first year alone, most of which were of our newborn baby which was the original motivating factor in getting a dSLR. Since that first Canon Rebel, I've also owned the Canon 40D and now the Canon 7D. All tolled, I'd say I've shot about 20,000 pictures in the last 3-4 years! Of course not all of those are "keepers", in fact, I present only about 400 of those 20,000 pictures. That's about a 2% rate! I'm either just very picky or a bad photographer!? Well, for better or for worst, I've kept all those 20,000+ photos and it's a good thing disk storage is not so expensive these days. So what do you do with 20,000 photos? Keep them in storage until future aliens discover and use them to piece together the human civilizations of the past? Perhaps. But perhaps you can make better use of them for some more immediate creative artwork. This blog will introduce some of the artwork I have been able to create, mostly from those remaining 16,000 unused photos that were slated for alien abduction!

So far, I've used 3 primary means of creating new artwork from my old photos. There are more, but I just haven't been creatively motivated to try them, so please don't use this blog as gospel, it is only where I'm currently at with my photo creations. The first creative use of my old photos is simply and obviously to "Clean and Enhance" the photograph. The second is kind of a continuation of the first, and that is to give the photograph a "Creative Crop". The third is to create a completely new work by "Photo Composites".

Clean and Enhance


When I first started shooting digital, I couldn't understand the world of post processing and how one can sit through so many images just to process them, which in my case would be 20,000+ in 3-4 years. I shot in the jpg file format the first year but then one day I started playing with the RAW file format just to see what it was all about. It was an immediate epiphany. I know some would argue, if you shot the photo correctly in the field, you wouldn't have to shoot RAW and you wouldn't have to post process it. To that, I say apples to oranges. Look at post processing as the darkroom of the old masters and the RAW files their negatives. Traditionally, photographers shot their photos in the field as perfectly as they can then brought the negatives back to their darkroom and made magic from it! And as much as we think we can shoot perfectly with digital, the fact is, most are nowhere near perfection especially with little or no photography experience. And even the old masters used the darkroom to their advantage as part of their photographic process. But I digress. The point is, post processing or editing a photograph is a vital part of photography just as the darkroom was in the "old" days.

I recently spent some time going through my old photos and found a number of photos that I thought had new found artistic value. This had alot to do with my better understanding of post processing and editing of photos, but it also had as much to do with my ever changing artistic vision. When I first started shooting in digital, aside from shooting my newborn (hmmm, this phrase can be miscontrued! lol), I was infatuated with shooting birds and specifically birds in flight. I shot alot of other subjects as well, but they seldom made it to my "keep" pile. Luckily I kept my "not interested" pile in digital storage which as I see it now, has become my palette! And that is the beauty of this whole process, creating artwork from something that was once thought to have no artistic value!

The Cleaning and Enhancing process involves little more than the knowledge I accumulated as I post processed my photos for the past few years. I shoot with a Canon camera and the camera came with 2 primary software that I use to do my editing, they are Digital Photo Pro (DPP) and Zoombrowser (ZB). I also use Photoshop (PS) to do some things that the Canon software can't do. I use DPP primarily for post processing RAW files so it has little application in the Cleaning and Enhancing of photographs for the sake of this blog. I do however use ZB pretty extensively as it is easy to use and does about 80% of what I need it to do. I first start off lowering the brightness as I've found most of my photos to be too bright and washed out to begin with. Then I add contrast and try to get a good balance between brightness and contrast without completely killing all the midtones. I know there is a scientific way to do all this especially if you use PS, but I tend to rely on my eyes which if nothing else will give a more personal attribute to the process and the final finished artwork. Just by using these two tools, the image starts to pop! If I wanted more drama, I may lower the brightness down a bit more and increase the contrast. This usually has the effect of darkening the background while highlighting the subject in the foreground. For added effect, the saturation tool does wonders but I am always hesitant to use it as my eyes tend to want bright saturated colors but the world and the printed photo seems to be in the opposite! If the photo requires some cloning to get rid of unwanted spots, I would bring it into PS since ZB doesn't have a cloning tool. The final step in my Clean and Enhance process is to add as much sharpness to the photo as the photo will take before digital noise starts to become a problem.

In addition to basic Clean and Enhance techniques, alot of creativity can be realized through PS by using their filters and other third party filters, but we won't get into that here since all we want to do here is Clean and Enhance the photo. Further, truth be told, I seldom use filters. Most of my photo artwork is accomplished by using simple PS editing tools like the aforementioned brightness, contrast, saturation, and sharpening tools but using them in an exaggerated manner such as I did in "The Eye of the Tiger" below:



At this point, readers may ask, so why don't you just use PS instead of ZB? Well, as well organized as PS is, it has alot of stuff that I don't need and which ultimately makes PS a little more difficult to use when most of what I need to do can be achieved by ZB alone. Also, PS is a relatively expensive software while ZB is free if you've already bought the Canon camera anyhow. I may not always have PS in the future, but as long as I buy the Canon camera, I will always have ZB.



Creative Crop

Next, we look at Creative Crop which is one of the easiest ways to get more artistic value out of your photographs. I generally perform a creative crop on all my photos in post process these days but there are alot of old photos that I did not bother to crop. And you'd be surprised to see what a simple photo cropping can do. It is as much a personal artistic expression as it is a formulated process. But for me, the formulated process has always given me what the next photographer had to offer so I force myself to try cropping the photo in ways I would otherwise not want to do. It's somewhat hit and miss but as soon as you "hit" it, you know you've created something special. Again I use ZB for this process as it allows me to quickly create a cropping window and move it around the photo and crop it at will. If I find I don't like the crop, I can do it all over again. In other words, I can experiment with the cropping and see it visually without obliterating the original. If I find I need to rotate/straighten the photo, I would use PS since ZB does not offer that tool. Of couse, there is just so much image you can crop before you cannot print it at any reasonable size anymore. So a high resolution camera with a professional grade lens is a must. My three cameras are 8mpix for the 350XT, 10mpix for the 40D, and 18mpix for the 7D. Unfortunately the older photos that I am renewing by Creative Crop are mostly of the 8 and 10 mpix variety so I am somewhat mpix-challenged. Also, it doesn't make sense to crop a photo very much if the original image is not sharp to begin with since cropping will have the effective result of enlarging your photo for the same size print as you would with the original. And enlarging a blurry photo is not pretty...then again, if you think the glass is half full, you may create something interesting from the blurred photo as well - there is no limit to creative photo editing!

Below are photos that I've performed Creative Crop on.


1. White Flower 2


2. Eyes Through the Canyon of Time


3. Fabio


4. St Patricks Catholic Church SF



Photo Composites

So far we've been making an existing mediocre photo into something photographically more interesting just by cleaning and enhancing and cropping the photo. Now we really get creative and have some fun while we're at it. Photo Composites can create whole new worlds and elusions that will astound your viewers. You are limited only by your imagination and your stockpile of photographs which in my case numbers around 16,000. What once was slated for either alien invasion or the trash can now becomes your palette! I found the below landscape photograph I took a few years back that was somewhat interesting in its own right but always lacked a focal point or enough points of interest to keep my attention, so I basically scrapped it at the time.



As I looked at this photo recently, I found it had some unique features like fog, water, and some interesting pointed rock formations. So I went into Clean and Enhance mode thinking I can get a photo with more pop and interest. I tried a number of different editing combinations on the photo, but they all left something to be desired. It needed something that didn't exist in the photo. The photo itself was misty and somewhat dark which led my eyes to see a moon in the scene. So the process of photo composites began. One of the assets I do possess is a form of photographic memory. I tend to remember everything I see but not so much in remembering names, so if I've met you once before and I run into you in a future date, my acknowledgement to you would usually be "how are you!?" Which really means, I don't remember your name! LOL The point is, I can remember what's on each of those 16,000+ photos I have, the challenge now is to find the image of the moon within that 16,000+ photo palette of mine! Before I added the moon, I also resized the photo vertically without keeping its ratios so that the resultant photo is stretched vertically since the moon needed some space to keep it in the picture. I normally would not recommend stretching a photo as this tends to be a little tricky and can only be done in certain scenes like landscape without creating something that looks obviously wrong. You wouldn't want to stretch a person for example! The pixels in the photo can do weird things too when you stretch a photo. But in the case of my photo, I think it came out ok and it actually added some drama to the rock formation in the background. These are some of the procedures and thought processes I go through on a continual basis, alot of it is trial and error since you are trying to create something that doesn't exist. So it is important to know how to use your editing tools well and mix and match them in order to get the results you want. By the way, I pulled out the big Photoshop gun for this photo editing exercise as Zoombrowser simply does not have these more advanced editing tools. Below is the photo stretched into a portrait orientation with the moon inserted, along with a series of darkening, contrasting, and sharpening. It became an interesting mystical landscape I named "Moon Over Rodeo Beach" as the landscape photo was taken at Rodeo Beach in the Marin Headlands, California.



So the next day I came back to the edited photo as I oftentimes do to see if I can do more to further enhance it. As a landscape scene, I thought it was fine. But then with its mystical atmosphere, I started seeing animals in it! Yes, a mystical menagerie of sorts. So again, I dug into my 16,000+ photo palette and found a number of animal photos I could use for the scene. The first part of any composite is to carefully select around the subject you want to use and leave the rest of the photo behind. The magic wand tool in PS works well if the background is more or less of a single color like it was with the moon. But with these animals, the background was too busy with random imagery so I used PS's lasso tool to carefully and painstakenly surround the image of each animal which I then copy and paste onto the landscape photo. Once in the landscape photo, the animal images had to be blended into the scene so that it looks natural, as if it always was part of the scene. This blending process involved a series of darkening, contrasting, and desaturating of each animal. Below is the finished artwork I named "The Menagerie".




And just to have some more fun with the artwork I've created, I performed a Creative Crop on it and got the below artwork I call "The Menagerie 2". It gives you a closer look at the animals and without the moon, it becomes a slightly different night light scene.








The fun and imagination doesn't have to stop there, below is another piece of artwork using the same landscape background but with flying pelicans which I named "Three Pelicans".














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