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Rain of Fire 
Wednesday, December 19, 2012, 01:06 PM
Posted by Ryan Miller
Climbed a locked service ladder to get this image. Several small areas of rain to pick from while the sun was setting. Beautiful scene!

Nikon D70 18mm at f4.5 for 1/400sec. ISO 200
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Jelly at the Aquarium of the Pacific 
Monday, December 10, 2012, 10:54 AM
Posted by Ryan Miller
This image was taken at the aquarium during a "Photographer's Night". The aquarium closed early and we were allowed to roam the premises with our camera's, flashes and even tripods. Really fun night.

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Portrait of a Lawyer 
Thursday, April 1, 2010, 01:16 PM
Posted by Ryan Miller

Nikon D200 50MM at f/4 for 1/100 Sec

Couple weeks back I shot some images of this very cool guy who happens to be a lawyer. He hired me to create a portrait for his new book on its way out. I really enjoyed the outcome.
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Home Made Butterfly 
Friday, January 15, 2010, 07:41 PM
Posted by Ryan Miller

Nikon D200 35mm & 50mm ISO400 for 1/45 sec

This beauty (Gulf Fritillary) exited out of its chrysalis in my son's bug cage.
We promptly opened the container up and allowed the butterfly to dry out and get some sun. As soon as the sun hit it, the wings began to open and close. Was quite amazing.

Unfortunately, I do not have a macro lens on hand. In order to get this shot, I had my 35mm F/2 lens mounted to my D200, I then placed my 50mm f/1.8 up against the mounted lens. A cheap macro trick.
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Station Fire near Los Angeles 
Monday, August 31, 2009, 09:29 PM
Posted by Ryan Miller

Nikon D200 165mm at f/5 HDR

This is an HDR composite image of the massive smoke plume. I took this shot from the roof of my house. The fire is a good twenty miles away. Towards the bottom of the image you can see what I think is Mount Wilson where the many of the local TV and radio stations broadcast their respective signals. Attempted to catch some of the fury of this massive 105,000 (currently) acre fire.
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