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Friday, May 20, 2011
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Wednesday, April 7, 2010
The shuttle launched Monday at 6:21am. This was truly a spectacular pre-dawn launch to see. I watched from Banana Creek, which is a little over 3 miles from the pad. To see more photos click here.
Posted by Katie Darby at 6:02 PM
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
This morning Space Shuttle Discovery was rolled out to the pad, to see more photos click here.
Posted by Katie Darby at 2:49 PM
Monday, February 8, 2010
The shuttle ended up launching today instead of on the 7th due to bad weather. This was the final night launch in the space shuttle program. The launch was absolutely amazing to see, and hopefully I'll be able to see the last four. To see more photos click here.
Posted by Katie Darby at 10:22 PM
Friday, February 5, 2010
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Thursday, January 28, 2010
Next week I will be heading to Florida to set up and photograph NASA's STS 130 shuttle launch. This will be the last night launch for the shuttle program, and after this launch only four launches will remain. February 7th is the launch date. Keep posted for photos.
Posted by Katie Darby at 11:34 PM
Sunday, January 17, 2010
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Wednesday, January 13, 2010
While at Imaging USA, I decided to attend an EPIC class (on lighting in the field of forensic photography). It ended up being great, I learned some things, and got to play with some awesome Canon equipment! To see another picture from the class, click here.
Posted by Katie Darby at 6:24 PM
Friday, January 8, 2010
This weekend I will be heading to Nashville with some friends for Imaging USA! We will be part of the student volunteers helping out at the event. I can't wait to go to some of the classes, and learn from the photographers at the event.
Posted by Katie Darby at 2:29 PM
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Today I had the amazing opportunity to photograph the Endeavour Space Shuttle Rollout. The shuttle was much larger than I expected. The Florida weather was also much colder than I was planning for, but having numb fingers was worth the experience of a lifetime. I gotta give credit to James Brown for showing me the ropes of photographing the shuttle. Check out his site by clicking here. To see more of the photos I took of the rollout, click here.
Posted by Katie Darby at 10:48 PM