Top 10 Blog Posts of 2014

It is always interesting to me when I look back over a year’s worth of stats and see which blog posts got the most traffic. Did your favorite(s) make the list?

#10 – Channeling Ansel Adams | La Jolla, CA

Long exposure black & white seascape in La Jolla, CA

Channelling Ansel Adams | Black and White | Long Exposure | La Jolla, CA

#9 – Typing with tears in my eyes

Please pray for my family…Yesterday we lost my aunt (my dad’s sister) and heaven gained a new angel.

Black and White Angel on the Ponte Sant Angelo | Rome | Italy

#8 – Sunset in La Jolla, CA

A brilliant sunset in La Jolla, CA

Anticipating Tomorrow | Lifeguard stand at Sunset | HDR | La Jolla, CA

#7 – Seaport Village & Coronado Bridge | San Diego, CA

Another gorgeous San Diego sunset and a glimpse into my creative (and technical) process when creating a HDR photograph.

Simply Sublime | Pier Cafe | Seaport Village | San Diego, CA

#6 – Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum | Vista, CA

A visit to the Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum in Vista, CA feels like a journey into another time and place.

Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum | Vista, CA

#5 – Pop Art Photo Transformation with Topaz Simplify | Moulin Rouge | Paris, France

See the transformation of a blah photo into a stunning, colorful piece of pop art using Topaz Simplify.


#4 – Tack-Sharp with Topaz Detail | The Flower Fields | Carlsbad, CA

Topaz Detail does a fantastic job of amplifying detail in just the right places.

Red Ranunculus after Topaz Detail

#3 – Intensify Pro by Macphun | Software Review

Diving in to new (to me) software from MacphunIntensify Pro does a brilliant job of bringing out color and detail in photos!

Sunset Cliffs | San Diego, CA | After Intensify Pro

#2 – Forgotten Glory | Abandoned Spiral Staircase | Pismo Beach, CA

I’m fascinated by old, abandoned structures and the details, textures, and stories they possess.

Abandoned Spiral Staircase | Stairway to Nowhere | Pismo Beach, CA

#1 – Noise Reduction Wars | Lightroom vs. Topaz DeNoise

A head-to-head comparison of two leading noise reduction tools


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