Well, in case you haven’t heard, the wife and I are moving to Missouri come May.  I took a new job out there and am pretty stoked, we will be much closer to family.  What does this mean for EverydayHDR?  Nothing, it will stay in the same place @ www.everydayHDR.com, but the pictures will be a little less Beach and a lot more corn, beef, and state fairs!  Since we are making the move, we are trying to go as many places on weekends as possible, however, the baby being almost 2 weeks out makes that difficult!  Oh, yes, with the baby on the way, there may be some times where I am not posting on my usual Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  Our little one could decide to come at any moment and leave me high and dry away from the admin page, as it should be!  What does this mean for you?  If you don’t see any posts for a week or two, you know what happened to me!  I will be trading in my blogging fingers for dirty diaper changers.  Have no fear though, the EverydayHDR you have learned to love will still be here, in my time off I suggest you look at all my old content and tell me what you would like to see after my hiatus!

Now onto some HDR pictures, that is what you are here to see right?  Sarah and I went to the Hakone Garden in Saratoga on Sunday.  It is the oldest Japanese Garden in the Western Hemisphere dating back to 1915.  Pretty cool knowing that as you walk around this place.  The cherry blossoms are beautiful and the coy fish are huge!  It was the perfect way to spend a beautiful Sunday afternoon.

The baby is well on it's way! She is looking radiant as ever!

Threw some sepia at this one with a little texture and a touch of my new Graphic Novel Action!

In case you missed out on that Graphic Novel Action, you can click on this here link to get some!

 

Blake Rudis
f.64 Academy and f.64 Elite are the brainchildren of Blake Rudis. While he is a landscape photographer he is most passionate about post-processing images in Photoshop and mentoring others.

For Blake, it is less about the art and more about the process. He dives deep into difficult topics and makes them easy to understand through his outside the box thinking.
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