Gateway Arch

It's Not About the Camera

When driving to Montana in my Fiat I tried to pack in such a way that I could get a camera out to photograph anything I found interesting along the way. On my first leg I stopped in Memphis to help my friend and college Jeffrey Jacobs and his son Josh load his van for the drive to Montana. He was giving the seminar on lighting for architectural photography that I was going to produced the video for. Then I went on to St. Louis and spent the night in a hotel right across from the Gateway Arch. Early the next morning I got up before the sun rose to take some photos of the Arch. I had never been to St. Louis and really wanted to see this. Here is one of the shots.

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