This is a composite shot from this years Wings Over Houston air show. I didn't get a lot of shots I liked at the show so I had to piece some together. It was my first time to attend the show so next time I'll a better idea of what to expect.
This was my second shot entered at the last Bay Area Photo Club Honor's Night under the assignment topic of "Composite." This composite was created from portions of the stainless "scales" that cover the "EMP Museum" in Seattle and a shot from the Olympic National Forest in Washington.
Last night's BAPC assignment for the Honor's Program was "Composite." I put this image together out of 7 or 8 different images, 40 adjustment layers, and about 5 hours of "tweaking." It ended up drawing only a bronze award from the judges, but when it was all said and done I was happy enough with the image.
I work in the industrial distribution sector as a salesman for a master distributor of valves and fittings in Houston, TX. I am a member of the Bay Area Photo Club which meets at the Art Alliance Center at Clear Lake in Clear Lake Texas on Tuesday nights. I shoot with an Olympus E-3 and my favorite lens in my Zuiko 12-60.