Early morning in the Maltese Islands, waiting for the sun to break for a sunrise shot of a hotel exterior (being shot for VRX Studios) In the distance I can hear thunder rumbling, I'm hoping the rain doesn't decide to dump on me as I'm perched on a rock wall older than the U.S.A. Suddenly the sky lights up and I turn around to catch a quick lightning strike. I decide to swing my camera around and switch my settings to a high ISO and quick shutter, why not try and see if lighting strikes twice? After about 7-8 minutes, right as I'm about to give up, boom. Sky lights up and I fire away, 3 frames caught strikes. Sometimes you just have to wait it out and hope for a little luck.
Incheon International Airport: Korean would-be terrorists are either very sure of themselves or TSA agents are just looking for an excuse to check out men's ... boom sticks.
Architectural photography fun. I spent a few hours on a break photographing the Incheon International Airport and its newly constructed train station. The shapes were badass and the lines were fun to shoot. All of the images are shot with my point and shoot Canon S120 in Manual. Files were converted in the Adobe RAW processor. I pushed the processing heavily to emphasize the lines and texture of the building, Like I said, just for fun.
A little break today and finally time to catch up on images from last month. Behind the scenes with a few friends in Frankfurt. The hotel was an older style of hotel placed in the mountains above Frankfurt. Long days but a lot of great images afterwards.