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Dan  Lawrence

Dan Lawrence



IT Professional - Audio Video Tech, Motorsport Enthusiast, Amateur Photographer | Street Life | Powerboats | Urban Street | Urbex Photography | Portraiture | Macro | HDR | Landscape | Cityscape | Food/Objects | Macro
  • Sony RX100
  • Canon EOS M
  • Samsung Note 2
  • Fuji X10
  • Sony NEX5
  • Olympus EPL2
  • Samsung EX2
  • Samsung Galaxy S3
  • Olympus EPL-1
  • iPhone 4 - HDR shots
  • Sony HX9V - HDR shots
  • Olympus XZ1 - Macro Shots
  • Samsung NX300

The famous Washington DC area Cherry Blossom at...

Published April 13th, 2014

For over 100 years, the cherry blossoms have made springtime magical in Washington, D.C. Plan your visit today!

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Photography buddies

Published February 23rd, 2014

Around town Sunday Feb. 23 2014

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Winter storm hits East Coast 2/13/14

Published February 13th, 2014

Via the Washington Post

A winter storm dropped several inches of snow around Washington overnight. The winter weather continues Thursday, with the storm expected impacting Washington and spots all along the East Coast. We’re bringing you the latest updates here.

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Samsung EX2F low light noise test

Published February 13th, 2014

Extending clarity and creativity in any circumstance

The Brightest F1.4, 24mm, 3.3x Lens

With an impressive F1.4 lens — one of the brightest available — the EX2F delivers a wider range of aperture steps and shallow depth-of-field, giving you the ability to blur out the background of your images while keeping the focus on your subjects. And with the ND(Neutral Density) filter, create more dimension with longer exposure time and capture sharper photos even in direct sunlight.

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2014 Chinese New Year in Washington, DC

Published February 2nd, 2014

Washington, DC celebrates the Chinese New Year with a Chinese New Year Parade, Chinese Dragon Dances, live musical performances, and more. The Chinese New Year is a 15-day event that starts with the New Moon on the first day of the new year and ends on the full moon 15 days later. The first day of the year can fall anywhere between late January and the middle of February. The celebration includes dedicating each year to a specific animal. The Dragon, Horse, Monkey, Rat, Boar, Rabbit, Dog, Rooster, Ox, Tiger, Snake, and Ram are the twelve animals that are part of this tradition.

In 2014, on the Western calendar, the start of the New Year falls on January 31st and is The Year of the Horse. During this important celebration in the Asian culture, it is traditional to wear red, meant to ward off evil spirits.

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