A sunset capture of the Sandia Mountains. Captured with Canon 5DsR and Canon 16-45 f/4 L. Purchase a copy of “Sunset over the Mountains.”
Crosspost – This post first appeared on Python Data as Data Analytics & Python. So you want (or need) to analyze some data. You’ve got some data in an excel spreadsheet or database somewhere and you’ve been asked to take that data and do something useful with it. Maybe its time for data analytics & Python? Maybe […]
This is a capture of Cascade Creek near Purgatory Ski Resort in Colorado. I used a Canon 5DsR, Canon 16-35 f/4 L and a slow shutter (with 6 stop LEE Little Stopper ND filter) and 5 bracketed images merged together. Purchase a print of this image here
As a storm was rolling into White Sands National Monument, I caught a ray of light hitting some plants in the foreground. Converting the image to Black & White really sets this image up nicely. Captured with Canon 5DsR and Canon 16-35 f/4 L.
In a recent speech, John Costello, former president of Dunkin Donuts, is reported to have said “Big data is not a strategy…”. Well…let me say that big data isn’t the answer. I wish I had said that sometime in the past few years. I think I’ve similar things but I haven’t come right out and said those […]
This is a capture from the Antelope Slot Canyon in Page Arizona from 2010. I’ve looked through my slot canyon photos a number of times and have always stopped at this one…but it wasn’t until I converted it to Black & White that I saw the real image…the sunlight shining down through a crack in […]
This is a black and white of Hidden Lake Overlook Trail at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. Captured with Canon 7D Mark II and Sigma 8-16mm. Purchase a copy of Logan Pass Walkway
I captured this sun rising over Myrtle Beach earlier this year. Captured with Canon 5DSR and Canon 16-35 f/4 L. Purchase a copy of Sun rising over Myrtle Beach here.
What do you think of when you hear the term ‘data modeling’? Just typing ‘data modeling’ almost made me go to sleep. Who am I kidding…I’m a data geek and this stuff is interesting…but some folks aren’t quite as excited by this stuff as I am. Data modeling has many different definitions and connotations. For […]
I’ve written before about my love of for the Plantronics Savi 740 (see here and here). Earlier this week, my beloved 740 died. I’m not quite sure what happened but it just stopped working. Mind you, it was only 4+ years old…which is something you really don’t see much of these days. For a few minutes, […]