Eddie

Photography

Eddie sez:

I know my photos are litered all over this website. Most of these are composed with one idea in mind: presenting information in a sterile and informative way. But now and then things look better than average. Here are a few.

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20150318

Eddie

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Photo: The moon over New York City and our G450, 18 May 2019
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Photo: Selfie, (Eddie on Oxygen)
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Photo: Sunrise, just north of Vancouver, off the coast of British Columbia, 3 August 2017

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Photo: Vancouver pilot ship, off the coast of British Columbia, 3 August 2017

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Photo: Behind the counter at Ramen Street, Tokyo, Japan, 21 August 2017

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Photo: G450 in the hangar at night
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Photo: G450 in infrared
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Photo: Mexico City Businessman, 29 Mar 2016
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Photo: Prague street band, 7 Sep 2015
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Photo: Eiffel Tower, 30 Dec 2017
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Photo: Birdhouse, bird, and his lunch
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Photo: Sunset over the North Atlantic at 38,000 feet
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Photo: Relaxing Gibbon

My company gave everyone (all 600 of us) telescopes for Christmas with a challenge to "be creative." The telescope came with an attachment for our iPhones. I immediately realized the iPhone was the weak part of the equation and built an interface for my Nikon D750 full frame camera. The chairman of the rules committee said I was going to take the top prize but they wanted to know how I got such good resolution. "Uh huh." I ended up getting an honorable mention in the top category but I won the division for cheaters. Those of you who frequent the Videos portion of the website will recognize the character in the bottom-right photo.
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