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Last Sunday Aug 4, 2013 a group of FJ Cruisers visits Bear Island 4×4 Park over Big Cypress Natural Preserve, here is a fantastic Gallery from the event, thanks to Juan Carlos (JuanKa Photos) for the help  and filming during the event!


Have a great Weekend!

Cesar Out!

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I am out from work today for veterans day, after a great weekend of motorcycling, got back with a very cool photo from a Triumph Scrambler 900, my friend Mike and I went to a bike show in DT St Petersburg,  (in Florida) and after the show we went for photos, the light setup was pretty easy and simple, two flashes, with triggers and my trusty D300 w/ Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8.

Location at the St Pete regional airport, photos came out pretty good tak a look:

Here is the rest of te photos:

Enjoy if you like motorbikes!!!!

Happy Veterans day, and Many Thanks to the Men and Women who serve in the military for keeping us safe!

Cesar Out!

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From the last weekend, what a busy week uffff!, well, here is the last part of my weekend in Ocala, first stop of our tour (thanks to Karen for an amazing tour – Check FB Page here – ) this farm is called after his owner Hennessy Arabian Horses, a very nice place to spend the wekend for sure.

As part of the coverage of the SLKWorld meetup this time just horses, this beautiful animals took me away of the cars for a moment. Continue Reading

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Busy weekend have to say that, saturday a whole day at Ocala FL, then sunday for the  FTR (Florida Trail Riders) Hare Scramble Race. Lot of fun, hot day, here is a sneak peak from almost 1000 photos:

Keep working in the selection process.

Have a great Monday

Cesar Out!

Note: Pictures taken with Nikon D700/D300 using Nikkor Lenses on Lexar Professional UDMA Professional Digital Film

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Happy long Labor Day Weekend, just want to write a few line of technic jeeve java, hate to do that, but I do really love this topic, is about Film, if you follow this blog you can see I am a very hard core Film Cameras collector, have a few to be true, the reason is the Genesis of my obsession with photography, everything was analog, well now that everything is  at the opposite, I did found a very nice set of presets/camera profiles for LR4 that out of the box will bring that old film flavor to your digital images.

The Company is located in California,  Visual Supply, they sell the presets with camera profiles, for Nikon and Canon, very easy to install, no need to move preset to your preset library (by the way in MacOS X is a pain to remember that path), add your serial number and voila, the magic starts! Continue Reading

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Hope you have a really happy Hurricane Isaac weekend, this portraits are from the last Dade Battlefield Reenactment, Seminole Faces, enjoy:

Actually forgot to publish these photos, but hey, never is too late for cool photos. Continue Reading

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..when nature calls, you answer, I have to say, what a wonderful weekend, Memorial Weekend. I spent the whole long weekend over Fisheating Creek Outpost, near to Okeechobee and Palmdale, a very good company from Miami, Juan Carlos Aguero (check his blog here), and Roberto Puertas ((FB Profile Here), now let me show you the map, and the amount of photos, thanks to LR 4 Map Module, I have to say, this time Adobe, you figured it out!!!!

Well have to say the weekend was perfect, hopefully no rain at all, now was very hot and soupy, the humidity was over the limits, but hey!, this is Florida, what are you waiting for…..

The Team, Juan Carlos and Roberto form Miami, myself from Tampa, very good team to embrace the weekend, take a look:

In this location the water level should around 4 feet, if you can see, there are not even a inch of it, so sad, we found the levels were sol low, that we have to camp one mile before our original destination, the Memorial Tree, this is so wrong usually you find this information over the Outpost website, but this time NONE, looks like somebody sip all the water. Continue Reading

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Yesterday, hummm, what a day, a lot about this Supermoon, of course I don’t want to be alone at home watching Nat Geo Channel, so grabbed my gear and head out for photography. the Location, just a place close to home, over the neighbor city of St. Petersburg, when arriving to the place, just got amazed with the number of people were waiting for the Event!.

We waited for about 25 mins, and then the Moon, so majestic and red/orange over the horizon, I started shooting, the shootout lasted for around 2 hours, mosquitoes were killing me but after all, you just prevail there for a good photo.

I am very happy with this photo, the blue hour and the warm color of the Moon make the perfect combination, another point to mention, I did plan this shoot in advanced, deciding what location and knowing the time and azimuth where the moon going to rise. Continue Reading

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One paragraph post!, just reminding myself I have to get back to St Pete for some photos!

Cesar Out!

Note: Photo taken with Nikon D300 using Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 on Lexar Pro UDMA Digital Film