Category: Techniques

Shooting Fall Foliage

Shooting Fall Foliage

Yes folks its that time of year when the days get shorter and the summer gives way to Fall.  Cooler temps, occasional rain and most importantly, the changing of color of the leaves on the trees before they drop to the ground. Fall is without a doubt my favorite time of year to shoot.  Perhaps … Continue reading Shooting Fall Foliage

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Fuji X-T2 and 100-400mm at the races

Fuji X-T2 and 100-400mm at the races

This past weekend I decided to head out to the Portland International Raceway to watch some racing and hone my skills at shooting moving objects before I go on a wildlife shoot to Alaska later this month. The Rose Cup Races is an SCCA amateur race comprising many different classes and a plethora of different … Continue reading Fuji X-T2 and 100-400mm at the races

Photographic Comfort Zone

Photographic Comfort Zone

My photographic passion is firmly in landscape and nature shooting.  It's where I feel at home, where I'm most comfortable, where I have the most to say through my images.  However, i have a TON of interests throughout life, outside of photography that I enjoy experiencing. I've always had a camera and take snapshots when … Continue reading Photographic Comfort Zone

Using Space in Compositions – Video

Using Space in Compositions – Video

I continue to try my hand at producing some informational videos on various topics.  I don't have the best studio set up for producing high quality videos, however, I do my best with the tools at hand. Doing these videos does require a lot of preparation for me as I want it to be as … Continue reading Using Space in Compositions – Video