Probably the most alien, yet accessible world available for one to photograph is the Pacific Tide Pool. Every square inch of one of these little ecosystems brims with beautiful, indescribable treasures. Somewhere around 13 years ago, I started shooting underwater for my second time – This time with digital cameras. I started with an Olympus …
What a wonderful, busy time of year. The colors are awesome and they’re just going to get better. The Fuji XT-2 captures all of the shades and the light of late summer, without much need for pushing vibrance in Lightroom post production. Anticipating the harvest time to come. This shot was taken in a Fred …
The Three Tenors
‘Even a fish would not get in trouble if it kept its’ mouth shut.’ – My Dad (Who once worked for the Defense Intelligence Agency.) At the docks in Garibaldi, Oregon, after the fishing boats come in, I used a Fuji XT2 – the perfect travel system – to capture these stunning, back lit, dinner-to-be’s. …
Just a Hint of Light, Kissing the Shoulder
Does a nude have to be nude? Can you show someones beauty with showing them? Every communication today seems overt and over done. I argue that subtlety still has a place in this world.
Street Photography was Meant to be Black & White
I don’t know why, but it almost always looks better that way. Especially in Fuji Acros.
There’s no such genre, but now it’s a thing. Multiple images of one pose, rendered on fabric with four light sources. Because a guy has to do something with his creative energy.
Sure it’s snowing but… flowers!
I give thanks for any flower with the balls to come up after this long and snowy winter. Bloom you bad-assed flowers, bloom like the fearless mad-dog maniacs you are!
Every Footstep Required the Faith to Fall Forward.
More so when you are a bird and every flight begins with a fall from the safety of a perch.
It’s The Dead of Winter and Even the Flowers are Blue
This photo uses a north-facing window for a flattering, diffuse light source, a wide aperture for a narrow, dramatic field of focus, and high ISO for a textured grainy effect. Still, the photo wasn’t quite depressing enough to match the weather, so I used Lightroom sliders to increase the shadows and clarity. Finally, pushed the …