Structure and Detail, Shadow and Light. Bald Head Cliff, Cape Neddick, Maine. Camera: Fujifilm X-T2 Lens: Fujinon XF16mm F/1.4 Settings: ISO 400, F/4, 1/750 sec. Fuji RAF file converted to .DNG using Iridient X-Transformer, Velvia film simulation applied in Lightroom. No other post processing performed. For this weeks WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
Why Do My Landscape Photos Still Suck? You’ve bought a new camera, spent a boat-load of money on it too. You’ve studied every last thing you can find on how to use it. You can change camera settings like ISO, shutter speed, and aperture pretty much blindfolded. You’re a master of your new toy. However… Read More
Rookie mistake #1 when photographing sunrises – show up just before the sun rises. When you should have been there at least 30 minutes earlier. While out photographing a sunrise I almost always have the place to myself. That is right up until just a few minutes prior to the sun peeking over the horizon. That’s… Read More
Take care of her… …She’s the only one we have.
Peaceful moments between dusk and dawn, Life still asleep starts to awaken, When the world is colored blue.
In landscape photography no matter how beautiful the scenery being photographed, having a dramatic and vibrant sky can be the difference between a so-so and a So Good! photograph. Forget about clear skies. For the most dramatic skies with the most vibrant colors you need clouds. Not just a few little wisps of clouds either, you need… Read More
Your Photographs Are You. The photographs you make are unique. No matter the location, they are a piece of you. Ten, a hundred, a thousand times, regardless of how often a place as been seen through a lens, the pictures you make will be different. A small part of everything you are, the life you’ve lead… Read More
Looking Back, Memories Of 2014 As the New Year begins I like to take a look back and share my favorite images of the previous year. Are they my best? That’s too subjective for me to decide. What they are is a selection of… Read More