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… Next to Godliness
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… Next to Godliness

Jul 22, 2011 by

News: Hi. My name is Aaron. It has been almost 9 months since my last blog. Hmph. I almost felt like a member of AA writing that. Or a “practicing” Catholic in a confessional. Either way, there is guilt in my heart, so here I am – looking for welcoming arms, organizing my thoughts, striving to put right what once went wrong, and hoping...

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Where in the World is Aaron Brown?
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News:Dude! I’m home. I’m in America – specifically, Crown Point, IN. I’ve been here since mid June, but I’ve been a busy, busy, guy. Sorry for the delinquency that is this blog. Unacceptable, I know. Never fear, though. I will be whipping this place back into shape with new galleries in the Exhibit area of my website as well as more interesting blog posts,...

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Ilsan – Home of the Whopper
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Review:I’ve been sitting on this one since mid-February. I wrote up 1,200 words or so about Ilsan (my hometown for the last two years while living in South Korea) for assistant editor, David Carruth over at 10 Magazine in Seoul, South Korea. Being the successful magazine that it is, time and plenty enough magazine content were foes of mine while trying to get it...

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HDR: High Dynamic Range
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HDR: High Dynamic Range

May 31, 2010 by

Review:I’m often asked about why some of my shots look so different, or more like paintings than photographs, and also how I managed to pull ’em off. It has a lot to do with my post-processing, and I do plan to detail out, step by step, how I’ve edited one of my images sometime in the future. But for now, here’s a basic overview...

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Photo Essay: Han River Sunset
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Muse:Beautiful isn’t a word often used to describe your typical Korean sky, but spring isn’t your typical Korean season. The few weeks that come together bridging the bitter Korean winter and the stroke inducing Korean summer are quite magical. The land comes alive; birds sing; flowers bloom; children run amuck. After the yellow dust blows through, something often forgotten, especially in the bigger cities,...

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