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Project Carneum

I have been summoned for a set of band pictures.

Conceived deep within the the flesh halls of hell, followed by a macabre of grotesque murders and sacrifices. I hope to bring you the black metal image of Carneum.

I have begun my study on black metal band photography.

Coming soon, June 2016

 

 

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A Dormant Rebellion

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Photo by Ian Amidon

Lightroom 5 (Seeking Some Help!)

Seeking tips from anyone familiar with Lightroom 5 Photo editing software. My usual method of buying things and learning as I go hasn’t failed me but I am always open to a pro. Seeing as I am simultaneously playing World of Warcraft, photo editing, and blogging, my attention span is spread thin.

Dogs Of War

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Took all of these earlier to test a new photo editing program.

Small Town Famous Is Looking For Help!

I’ve decided to keep practicing with photography and here’s how you can help! If you have any items such as historical heirlooms, instruments, masks, books, collectibles of any kind, or just objects with sentimental value and would like cool, clean, crisp, artistic photos of them, I would love to do it! Please message me through Facebook if interested. Here is some previous photos I did.

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Cortney and Todd family photos by Ian Amidon

My first set of family photos I did for a friend of mine. More to come in the future!DSC_0112 DSC_0121 DSC_0145 DSC_0184 DSC_0118

Back to World War I

A few items that belonged to my Great Grandfather who fought in France during World War 1. Photographs by Ian Amidon

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Be A Hero

Be a hero.

Photos by Ian Amidon.

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The Last of the Makers Mark

The last of the Makers Mark after the annual This Is How I Drink My Bourbon BBQ!

Photo by Ian Amidon

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Costa Maya, Mexico

Eight bus loads of metal heads traveled towards the Mayan ruins of Costa Maya, Mexico. After a short fifty-five minute ride, passing through a few Mexican towns and even a few armed Mexican soldiers, we finally set foot into the hot, humid, mexican air!Image

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