• Daniel Austin
  • 22
  • Mar
  • 09
This entry is part 1 of 40 in the series The (d)SP0T

Welcome to the (d)SPOT, a new photographic series showcasing scenes from the previous week in the life of one member of the Dream Not of Today crew, Daniel Austin.

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bubble-pedals

  • Daniel Austin
  • 29
  • Mar
  • 09
This entry is part 2 of 40 in the series The (d)SP0T

Mt. Tamalpais was one of the first places I ever went to in the SF Bay area that was outside the cities, and one of the most beautiful places I’ve seen anywhere in the world. The beauty is so bountiful that as many photos as I take there, I still find it incredibly difficult to convey the extent of the beauty found in the existential experience of it.

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bank-right-to-balance

see-you-tomorrow

  • Daniel Austin
  • 05
  • Apr
  • 09
This entry is part 3 of 40 in the series The (d)SP0T

Last night, binge drinking was at its finest at the Tea Party at Moraga Manor.

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tea-from-a-can

sleepy-tea-goers

  • Daniel Austin
  • 12
  • Apr
  • 09
This entry is part 4 of 40 in the series The (d)SP0T

Rob, Karen and I took a trip down to Musee Mecanique and discovered that games these days aren’t as different as they seem from games of the old days. Among a collection of mostly mechanical games, we found no shortage of music, violence and sex.

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knockout

oldschool-pr0n

  • Daniel Austin
  • 19
  • Apr
  • 09
This entry is part 5 of 40 in the series The (d)SP0T

The tilting and shifting techniques used in photography create quite a few distinct looks, certainly more than can be shown in three photographs. Because of this you can look forward to more tilt/shift themed (d)SPOT posts in the future, each focusing on one characteristic of tilt/shift photography. Here are a few to wet your appetite to this old trick that is currently gaining a lot of popularity in digital photography.

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the-old-cove

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