Photography by Julia E. Hatton

August 31, 2007

Pretty in Pink

Filed under: Available for Purchase,Bokeh — juliahatton @ 7:44 am

The crepe myrtles in my back yard are in full bloom, so I couldn’t resist this photo opportunity.

August 28, 2007


Filed under: Exposure — juliahatton @ 12:15 pm


Apparently. One of my photos from Hoover Dam is currently on display in the Nikon Stunning Gallery.   Check out the 2nd from the left on the 3rd row above!  Coolness.

August 25, 2007

Using Aperture

Filed under: Available for Purchase,Bokeh,Statues & Sculpture — juliahatton @ 6:04 pm

This was part of a photo assignment from a flickr group I administer, Saturday Shutterbugs. The assignment was to take the same photo with the aperture wide open and again with it stopped all the way down.  This was to help recognize and appreciate the different effects of changing the aperture and what is appropriate for the story you are trying to tell with your image.

August 22, 2007

The Corner Pocket

Filed under: Night — juliahatton @ 6:05 am

I expected there to be pool tables.

August 18, 2007

Plant by Candlelight

Filed under: Night,Plants & Flowers — juliahatton @ 2:07 pm

Experimenting with night time lighting and long exposures, I used a luminary candle with a 4 second exposure to light this plant on my patio.

August 14, 2007

Kangaroos in Texas?

Filed under: Creatures Great & Small — juliahatton @ 1:09 pm

Who knew these bouncy cuties were neighbors with my brother in Emory? Or that they eat chips?

August 10, 2007

Marquee at Night

Filed under: Landmarks,Night — juliahatton @ 4:13 am

I’m in love with this marquee at the Plaza Theatre in Garland. This was the first time I’ve attempted night shots of it. Now I love it even more!

August 7, 2007

Hoover Dam Bridge Construction

Filed under: Landmarks — juliahatton @ 3:44 am

It will be interesting to how the bridge effects the view. The construction rigs certainly aren’t doing it any favors!

August 2, 2007

Lomo Hard Rock

Filed under: Landmarks — juliahatton @ 2:56 am

This lomo-maker is pretty cool. I liked the original shot, but this one is downright groovy.

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