Normally when out photographing I focus on expansive landscapes, grand scenic views of the dramatic views in the mountains and along the coast of New Hampshire. On my last outing to the north country I chose to make images with a more limited view. Instead of wide open spaces, the majority of what I captured were… Read More
The Edge Of The Sea, The Edge Of Daylight. Portland Head Light, Blue Hour in Black and White.
Can’t get you out of my head. For the last 15 years I’ve driven by this section of riverbank twice a day every day to and from work. Suddenly out of nowhere these images popped into my head. And for weeks I couldn’t let them go, and yet didn’t have the time to stop and make… Read More
2013 Through The Lens. The past year has been outstanding for me. Physically, I don’t think I’ve ever been in better shape, even better than when I was racing mountain bikes. I can thank my time hiking in the mountains for that. And running, lots and lots of running. Photographically, I’m happier with the images… Read More
Layers as far as the eye can see. Layers in pink. The layers of fore, mid, and background, within a photograph.
What a year! 2012 has been an unbelievable year. I’ve created more commissioned work for others, and more of my work is finding its way onto people’s walls. I also feel I’m continuing to learn and grow as a photographer. I’d like to share with you my favorite 12 images from the past year. (For… Read More
Dedicated To Those Who Serve. Today is Veterans Day in the U.S. As a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, I am honored to have served my country. This post is dedicated to all the service men and women, who by serving in the armed forces have shown they are willing to lay down their… Read More
Wrong, really? I usually don’t keep photos that I consider “wrong”. But after a little digging I found a few that I felt had some “wrongness” to them, but were otherwise worth saving. Everything I wanted, and then some. I broke one of the basic “rules” of photography while capturing the power of the Spring-time… Read More
Dreaming? This is going to be tough. Images that make me think “Dreaming?” This is going to take some thought. Along with an in-depth search of my Lightroom Library. Here goes nothing… A misty morning on my home lake. My little girl fresh out of the water with a dreamy look on her face. (I… Read More
Movement: The Camera. In both of these images the camera was moved during exposure. One was completely accidental, the other was created completely on purpose. Can you tell which was created on purpose, and which was the “accidental art”? Movement: The Subject, part 1 Generally, when I think of movement in one of my… Read More