Abstracts from the Tacoma Museum of Glass

Posted May 16th, 2012 by   |  Photography  |  Permalink

When I need a shot of creative energy, I head over to the Tacoma Museum of Glass. The colors, shapes, and patterns always clear my mind and give me that much-needed quick burst of photo inspiration. These images are from the Chihuly Bridge of Glass.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.

Chihuly bridge of glass. Mike Hagen - Out There Images, Inc.





Triptych for GOAL Assignment

Posted March 10th, 2011 by   |  Photography, Software  |  Permalink

Each month I give out a GOAL Assignment that is designed to encourage you photographically. The GOAL Assignment for March, 2011 was to create a triptych. Here’s an example from some photographs I took a couple days ago at the Tacoma Museum of Glass which features work from Dale Chihuly.

Triptych of Tacoma Museum of Glass. Nikon D700, 14-24mm f2.8.

Triptych of Tacoma Museum of Glass. Nikon D700, 14-24mm f2.8.

I took each photo in the series with a Nikon D700 and a Nikon 14-24mm f2.8. I was photographing a fundraiser event called the Chair Affair for a local charity called the NW Furniture Bank. During the event, I stepped outside to shoot some images of the building at dusk in order to add another dimension to my coverage. I’ll detail how I put together the triptych in next month’s newsletter.





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