Shades in the Trees

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Shades in the Trees

Stark, cold, and creepy. Winter in the woods has it’s own kind of beauty.

Abstract

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Abstract

Abstract – Because sometimes you can only pretend it makes any sense.

Swimming Lilies

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Swimming Lilies

From the Submersive Activity series.

Submersive Activity

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Submersive Activity

I’ve spent hundreds of hours underwater and to me, the most intriguing part is the boundary layer between the air and water – where the elements, physics and perception blend.

Pacific Northwest Sushi

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Pacific Northwest Sushi

Fills that hole in my heart that only Chirashi can.

Backlit Hummer

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Backlit Hummer

Super fast shutter speed, high ISO. #GrainIsGood #NatureGeek

Houseguest

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Houseguest

Some guests are begrudgingly welcomed. A family of wild flying squirrel took refuge in our attic and found their way around the house – through the walls. They are tiny, and well-behaved compared to their nasty Gray Squirrel cousins. This one liked taking almonds from my hand. After a month we blocked any entrance they …

Metamorphasis

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Metamorphasis

The world is changing. If you don’t adapt, you’re screwed. This black Swallowtail Butterfly emerged from it’s chrysalis at about the same time that I converted to shooting mirrorless APS-C everywhere but in the studio. Macro. Fuji XT-2. Wildlife in the backyard.

Boost Drama with Rim Lighting

Boost Drama with Rim Lighting

Rim Lighting creates drama in a photo – more so than with most lighting techniques – and in the right situation it can be just the creativity you need. This shot turned a photo a session from typical and blah into something that really pops. To do rim lighting you really need off-camera lighting.  Your …

Open to Suggestion

Open to Suggestion

There’s this guy in my monthly photo workshop that is intrigued with reflections in an urban environment.  Most of his images come from what appears on the glass surfaces of buildings in the city – and he gets some amazing stuff. I prefer shooting reflections on water because.. why not?  Water is where I ground, …