Writer and photographer Bob Schwabik attended the launch of the Antares rocket in October, 2014. He captured the explosion as onlookers fled the scene. You can see more of his photographs taken of the Antares rocket on his website, limberlostphoto.com.
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A couple of times a year I make the trip from Kansas down to Mississippi to spend a few days with friend Lowry Wilson documenting the Delta. It is an area rich in history with a unique culture all its own. Usually we start in Clarksdale at The Shack Up Inn. This is a collection of sharecroppers
I made this photograph on vacation a week ago in Varadero Beach, Cuba. Walking back to our room I was struck by how peaceful and surreal the swimming pool looked on a still, dark night. I included the empty lounge chairs in the foreground to add to the sense of emptiness and stillness. This was shot with a Sony a6000 body, using a 10mm Samyang lens. Exposure time was 65 seconds at f/8. RAW conversion and black and white conversion
I just took this photo last week with my new iPhone 6 cell phone, I had a window seat opposite the wing on an afternoon flight from Nashville to New York and noticed what I thought was the interesting deep shadow covering the near part of the wing, I shot through the window (obviously) and in the square format of the camera and converted to black and white. I then downloaded the image and in Photoshop added a curve
Rain squalls over the Blue Mesa Reservoir, taken from the side of the road in central Colorado between Montrose and Gunnison on U.S. 50. The original was taken in color and converted to monochrome in Lightroom using the Silver Efex Pro add-on. This image is currently part of a lobby display at the O.W. Link Museum in Roanoke Virginia. Details: EOS 5D m III, 24mm @ f/11, 1/350, hand-held. —Bob Schwabik