Kim and I went to Death Valley for the new year.   The weather was very pleasant, but I’d recommend going to Death Valley no later than March.   We stayed in Las Vegas for the first night, and then stayed in Death Valley Nation Park’s Furnace Creek Campground for 2 nights.  Another night was spent on the North end of the park after hiking around Ubuhebe Crater, and then a few nights in Marble Canyon, which was the highlight of the trip.  We finished up our trip with a night in Tecopa Springs – enjoying a much needed shower, a real bed and our own hot springs bath.

Here’s a few photos from the trip.  There are some 3D images in there, so if you have some of those red/cyan old-school 3D glasses laying around, be sure to put them on when you see them on the screen.  Some of the 3D turned out pretty cool.

 

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My real estate photos are going “national”

September 7, 2012

My architectural photos of a house I shot for Keith Nyberg are being shown on The Today Show right about now.  I don’t have cable tv so I can’t watch it, but my ol’ pal Dan Morris is TIVOing it, so I can get a peek at it later.  Yay!    

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Great House on Capitol Hill

August 22, 2012

I recently photographed a terrific house on Capitol Hill for Dierdre Doyle at Windermere Capitol Hill.  This house is on a beautiful quiet street in a great neighborhood.  I’m not sure where to start with this one:  It has true cook’s kitchen, the french doors swing open to the beautiful back patio and tiered garden.  […]

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Purple House in Green Lake / Phinney Ridge area

August 9, 2012

It’s not often that I photograph a purple house. I shot this cute craftsman near Greenwood Ave for Brad Hinckley at Windermere Real Estate. I’m not sure it’s the color I personally would choose for my house, but the great thing about paint color is that I could change it. Somehow, this purple house “works” […]

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New house in Madison Park

August 4, 2012

I just photographed an interesting house in Madison park for Pat Woodley at Windermere Real Estate. It’s built to face inward towards the central courtyard, so the front is hidden behind trees. It’s got an L-shaped floor plan, so it seems very spacious and open. If you want more info, please contact Pat at pwoodley@windermere.com. […]

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Real Estate Photos in the Seattle PI

June 23, 2012

Some of my photos are being used in a featured listing in the Real Estate section of the Seattle PI: See the article here.

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New Wedding Book

July 12, 2011

I designed a wedding book using InDesign for the latest wedding I shot with my Sister in Boulder Colorado. Check it out!       Tamara And Michael by Gregory White Photography | Make Your Own Book

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Cairo Print – Ginormously good.

May 9, 2011

I’ve printed my Cairo photo bigger than I’ve ever printed anything. It’s 60″ Wide by 40″ tall. I’ve always wanted to see this and some of my other images blown up really big, and… it looks spectacular! There is so much to look at, and the desert sands and the pyramids begin to take on […]

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Morocco

May 5, 2011

I’m trying out a new plug-in. Let’s see if it works:

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Old Booth

May 5, 2011

I love this iPhone photo app called Old Booth. It turns a photo of someone’s face into an old school photo from decades past. Some of them are disturbingly realistic, while others are just downright bizarre. Here’s my facebook album of Old Booth self-portraits: http://www.facebook.com/gregwhitephoto?ref=name#!/media/set/?set=a.451690360675.244264.604620675 http://www.facebook.com/gregwhitephoto?ref=name#!/media/set/?set=a.451690360675.244264.604620675

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