Posts tagged with ‘processed all to hell’

  • Landing at the Front Edge of the Storm

    Stormy Descent

    Scary landing, cool photo.

  • Jon Armstrong - Blurbomat - 2013, blurbomat, Canon 5D Mark III, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0 L IS USM, clouds, golden hour, Jon Armstrong, Jon Armstrong blog, Jon Armstrong photography, landscape, nature, rainbow, storm, summer, sunset, Utah State Capitol, weather

    Flaming Sky Rainbow

  • Jon Armstrong - Blurbomat - Power Station in Salt Lake City, Utah - blurbomat, Canon 5D Mark III, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0 L IS USM, clouds, Jon Armstrong, Jon Armstrong blog, landscape, machinery, Salt Lake City, sky

    Power Station

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    Up Top

  • Fruit Revolution by Jon Armstrong.

    Join the Fruit Revolution

    An abandoned building's box office window with a call to action.

  • Blurbomat - Jon Armstrong - Prow


    A West Village institution that was among the first in the U.S. to treat AIDS publicly.

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    Three Birds

    Girls dropped off, I stop at a gas station. While filling up my car, I turn and point, hoping to…

  • Jon Armstrong, Jon Armstrong blog, blurbomat - About to Go Supernova

    The Sun About To Go Supernova

    Tutorial using Nik Software's Color Efex Pro to make an image more dramatic and have a little glow.

  • Jon Armstrong - - The Morning Sun Heralds Like a Diva

    The Morning Heralded Like a Diva

    Nature, showing off. AGAIN.

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    Don’t Set Yet

    Hi! Recovering from the wicked illness wrought by having a toddler around. Knocked me back for almost a week. Happy…

  • Another Bare Tree by Jon Armstrong.

    Yet Another Bare Tree


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  • double-juice by Jon Armstrong.

    Double Juiced

    Tired, allergy-ridden and migrained to bejesus. No excuse, just saying.

  • reddawn by Jon Armstrong.

    Red Dawn

    Apocalyptic hellscape or processed image? YOU DECIDE.

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    Cracks in the Clouds

    A crazy morning photo and some rambling about moving.

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    Love where this image ended up. Sure, it's processed, but why complain? It's F R I D A Y. Enjoy…

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    Grasping For Light

    A crazy tree, the winter sun and a bunch of words about slowing down. Easier than it sounds.

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    Shining Right at Me

    Straight on sun shot with heavily processed colors. Must be viewed large.

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    Sometimes the Sun is Blocked

    If we aren't going to get any snow up in here, then I'm going to keep shooting barren trees.

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    Steel Sky

    An image of clouds and some responses to comments/emails/tweets/communiques on the trial separation.