This go round, I waited until the late afternoon to photograph this set of tulips. The lighting was much softer as it had become overcast. Also, I used a warmer color of tulip and edited briefly in Lightroom. Let me know what you think? Advertisements Continue reading Tulips. (Afternoon light)
I was experimenting with the natural lighting in my home as I have a wall of windows in the rear of my home that lets in awesome light at certain times of the day. These were photographed in the morning when the light was coming in through the windows pretty strong. The corner that I … Continue reading Tulips. (Morning Light)
It’s cold and snowy in my side of town, which makes for a great time to explore the trees and lake nearby. The geese were resting on the paths and the ducks were hanging out near the shore. A Red Tailed Hawk was perched on a tree just above the trail I normally walk along … Continue reading The Lake.
I was relaxing on the couch today when I noticed the lighting in a corner of my home too good not to make a photograph. I used my family dog as the model. Continue reading Fun w/ Light.
I have an appreciation for photographers that can document food. Not just a plate of food, but actually telling a story about a recipe or the ability to set a scene which makes you want to be there. Huge appreciation. Food is storytelling in itself. A recipe was involved, people gathered to eat it and … Continue reading Food Photography Pt. II
I’ve got an old Canon A-1 camera that I enjoy taking out every now and again. It makes great images and you cannot beat the look of film. The texture, grain, color is unmatched if you like that sort of thing. I would love to document with it more, but the cost of getting film … Continue reading Film (35mm).
These are some favorites of mine. All were taken in the city of Denver with either a Canon 5D Mark II or Fuji XE2. Continue reading Street Photography Pt. II