I recently found about a new DIY filter that produces some interesting results (from other photographers!). It turns out, if you put a piece of welding glass in front of your lens, it acts as a very affordable neutral density filter. Basically, you can shoot in daylight while doing long exposures. I’ve heard this looks Read More
Another one of our adventures this past Saturday was out to Gose City, TX. It’s pretty close to Holliday, TX, and it was an oil town back in the early 1920’s.
Sylvester is another town I pass through every time I go to Wichita Falls. I’ve seen the walls of this building passing by, so I finally decided to stop and see what it was.
On my way back to my parent’s house in Wichita Falls, TX from Midland, TX, I’ve passed this abandoned house many times. I’ve always wanted to stop and get some pictures. But this time, I noticed a large, brick building in the trees. How I’ve never seen it before, I’ll never know. When I headed Read More
I hit up two semi-ghost towns this weekend: Barstow and Toyah. Both are near Pecos, TX, and both are what I would call semi-ghost towns. People still live here, but for the most part, the towns are full of run down and abandoned buildings/houses. People in both towns didn’t seem to mind a photographer walking Read More