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I like mixture of ice and warmth of the leaves. Its a  metaphor for life,  like with yin and yang so to speak. I have been thinking about my work and what does it say about me and I think I have finally found my style and only time will tell, what the truth is. […]

I like shooting late at night and was inspired by a photographer at the Open Studio Tour to do some industrial photographs. I also have a photo bucket list and a night industrial shot was on the list and is now completed. I think that because it now a forbidden subject it made it a […]

The lone tree symbolizes the tree of knowledge. Trees always live in a community not alone. When they are separated from the community they are forced to live a lone, in a solitary life – Whenever a tree is cut down near where I live I get upset. I have an immediate emotional reaction, bypassing […]

City Hall – Comcast Building The night is the greatest time to take pictures, there is something mysterious about it. While shooting at night takes some practice because of low light, this makes a tripod unnecessary for sharp images. philadelphia posters

The image shows Charleston’s Angel Oak tree in infrared a spectrum that the human eye can’t see. The process to create an infrared image is time-consuming, but it is worth it to see another world that the trees live in. I hope to master this process some day. I get tired of shooting the same […]

My photograph of a building located in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA

These photographs are from Fridays nights South Jersey Photography and Arts Night Photography Instructional Shoot in Haddonfield, NJ.  Mark from SJPAG hosted the event and we had 27 members show up in-spite of threatening storm clouds. We had a brief shower which helped test the photographers and showed there dedication. We did some light painting and created some ghostly images, which i think everyone […]

I took this picture of Steve at Worthington State Park, NJ as we hiked down into a river bed. I found my true worth on that hike. There are many Photographers that have helped on this photographers path, I’m going to cover all of my mentors at some point, today I am going to talk […]

Harold Bloom asks in The Anxiety of Influence what strong maker desires the realization that he has failed to create himself Blooms question could be countered, if not answered, by T.S. Eliot direct propositions: Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and good poets make into something different I found […]

    Here’s an example of an un-attended motion blurr and I added some Photoshop work. The image was taken at a water chute in the Pinelands, NJ

HDR photograph of The gingerbread house, located on Mill Street in Mt. Holly, NJ. The house is all deck out for the Christmas season.

Moose on Episode 165 Well, I always log into the Moose Peterson’s blog because it provides a wealth information. I wanted to see how his trackback worked his site, trackback if you don’t what it is, it’s a way to write comments about a discussion on another blog without writing into the comments field on […]

I photographed this for a commission of the wet lands of Delaware Bay area and spent months in this beautiful area which I learned to love.

I attended a Nikon D300 camera workshop put on by Nikon at Adorama on Sunday, July 20, 2008 at the Adorama Building on the 5 th floor 42 West 18 St, New York, NY. Instructor: Christopher Knapp, North Eastern Technical Representative for Nikon, Inc. Seminar Description: If you are passionate about photography and intrigued by […]

“There must have been moments even that afternoon when Daisy tumbled short of his dreams — no through her own fault but because of the colossal vitality of his illusion. It had gone beyond her, beyond everything. He had thrown himself into it with a creative passion…” F. Scott Fitzgerald quotes (American Writer. Author of […]

Water Drops, originally uploaded by louis dallara photography. Last night we got some well needed rain to help us out of the drought. “In one drop of water are found all the secrets of all the oceans” Kahlil Gibran quotes (Lebanese born American philosophical Essayist, Novelist and Poet. 1883-1931)

“Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in.” “Only that day dawns to which we are awake.” “Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.” “No man follows his genius till it misled him.” “If you would be chaste, you must be temperate.” “The faultfinder will find fault even in Paradise.” […]

Here is a very good tutorial to create a HDR (High Dynamic Range) image. They look amazing and I am going to give one a go soon. The best thing is, I just found out that you can make a HDR image from a single RAW file. I always shoot RAW+JPEG so I can turn […]

  Google+            Louis Dallara from Medford, NJ I’m passionate about sharing my knowledge of photography and helping others express their photographic vision. Louis’s portfolio is located in the gallery tab on the main menu. The artistic merit of the images combined with the universal appeal of the subject matter makes […]