Category Archives: Stock Photography

Panoramic Photography

The images below are all photographed in High Dynamic Range. As many as 12 HDR images are stitched together to make the final images.

Columbus, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

Cold War Control Room

Cold War Control Room

Cold War Control Room-3

Cold War Control Room

Chick's_Panorama4 Print

Chick’s Camera Exchange

The Netherlands Panos

The Netherlands Panos

Icefields Alberta

Icefields Alberta

Lindsey's Bathroom

Lindsey’s Ceramic Mural Bathroom

Oct-Col-4-LR

Main St. Bridge Columbus, Ohio

R&R Bait

Bill’s R&R Bait Store

Scioto Mile

Scioto Mile

 

Academic Imagery

Recently, Ohio Wesleyan University used  my stock images to represent various Academic Studies. Below are some of the images they choose.
Envir Studies

Enviromental Studies

Futur-15

Economics

 

Artwork

Fine Arts

Neuroscience

Neuroscience

Geology Kodachrome Basin park Utah

Geology

Philosophy

Philosophy

Dense Grass

Botany

Zoology

Zoology

https://www.owu.edu/academics/departments-programs/

 

Recent Travel Journal

Brugge Canal

Some recent visuals from Belgium, Switzerland, France and the Netherlands.

Brugge am_Panorama2-LR

Brugge, Belgium was a major city for commerce in the Middle Ages.

Dusk Brugge Belgium

Brugge Canal

Strasbourg Canal

Strasbourg canal.

Strasbourg Cathederal & Medevil Building

From 1647-1874, the Strasbourg Cathedral was the tallest building in the world  at 466 feet.

Strasbourg Catheral Detail

Interior Strabourg Catherderal

Alsace Coutryside France

Alsace countryside in France.

Limburg, Netherlands

Limburg, Netherlands

Stream Switzerland

Switzerland

 

Firework Designs: Form and Function

We see form and function in everything around us from luxury automobiles to elaborate lighting fixtures. But rarely do we think of both when viewing fireworks. The fireworks are launched, combustible chemicals ignite and the result is a spectacular explosion of colorful fallout. Function.

But on further inspection, that rainfall of color can take on a form not seen by the naked eye. Via in camera manipulation, those linear projections become intricate patterns of light and at rare times, almost 3D sculptures. Form.

We hope the following images leave you with a new way of thinking about light.

All photos © Larry Hamill Photography

A New Year – A New View

Our 2012 Columbus Skyline Poster Calendar has arrived.

Calendars are available for purchase at the German Village Meeting Haus – 588 S. Third Ave. in the Village.  Proceeds will benefit the German Village Society.

Give a Holiday gift that’s functional all year and serves a good cause too.

Hours are Monday – Friday: 9 am to 4 pm and Saturdays: 10 am to 2 pm. Closed Sundays. Calendars are selling for $10.00.

 

Gone West – Purely Visual

Redwoods National Park

Rouge River Oregon

Lichen Life

Avenue of the Giants

Rouge River Pano

Lake Tahoe Pano

Tahoe Rocks

Lassen National Park

Sunrise over Shasta

Holland: Panos and Details

More Than Wooden Shoes, Tulips and Windmills

Even though only 3% of the Dutch population works in the agriculture sector, Holland is the third largest exporter of agricultural products, trailing behind only the U.S. and France.  Moving goods is not a problem, as the city of Rotterdam is the second largest port in the world.

One quarter of Holland is below sea level, with its lowest point being 6.7 meters below sea level.  Its highest point – 323 meters above sea level – is referred to as a mountain. With more than 4,400 kilometers of navigable rivers, canals and lakes, sights like the ones below are not uncommon.

The city of Amsterdam is built entirely on piles and has 1,281 bridges.  With water almost everywhere you look, bridges are as ubiquitous as windmills. Holland still has nearly a thousand old-fashioned working windmills.

The Dutch connection to land, water and environment is a way of life. There are twice as many bikes as cars and over 15,000 kilometers of bike paths. Everyone owns a bike – finding it is another issue.

The Dutch are equally serious about art, having the highest concentration of museums in the world – 42 in Amsterdam alone. The Van Gogh and Kroller-Muller Museums house the largest Van Gogh collections in the world.

And yes, The Netherlands and Holland are the same place.