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Hue the Cat debuts on YouTube in his first public video, having fun with drum mallets. Subscribe to his channel and be notified when he makes another appearance.

Hue the Cat is a mobile production developed by moi. (Kim Wilson Photography - www.kwphotog.com) Stills and video shot on an iPhone 5. Content wirelessly transferred to an iPad Air for editing in iMovie and original music created in Garage Band. 

Lazy Sunday with #huethecat

Always at my side in the studio #HuetheCat #photography #cat

My entry to See.me latest contest, Exposure. If you like what you see, please vote for my submission

Reminded of a past blog post with a great image and video tutorial from Venice Carnavale 2012. 

The Atlanta skyline on a dark and rainy day. This vantage point is on a bridge overpass where one of the main highways comes in and out of the city. Five separate exposures were taken, then combined during post processing to make a single HDR (high dynamic range) image. Watch the video tutorial on my blog, http://www.kwphotog.com/blog/2013/2/atlanta-inbound which briefly outlines the various steps involved in creating this dynamic and moody photograph. 

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  2. Aperture: f/11
  3. Exposure: 1/125th
  4. Focal Length: 35mm

From a recent shoot in Santa Monica, CA. with the beautiful Natalie Miller. Clicking the image sends you directly to my website where you will find more images from Kim Wilson Photography. While there please Join My Network.

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Familiar with Moo.com? Love these business cards, it’s like have a portfolio in my pocket. With each batch I change out the photos on the backs so I have fresh new images to show off when giving out my card. Check them out http://bit.ly/Y8cabF

One of my images, titled Icicle Stream, was featured on the PrintArt blog today. Check it out in link below though the image shown in link is not mine: http://www.printedart.com/content/descriptive-water