A few years ago, I remember being in an interview for a position, I was very excited about. It was getting close to the end of the interview and I was asked about my hobbies and interests. Making small talk, I mentioned my love for birding. Crickets. Its as if the whole world had stopped. … Continue reading Birding.
Photographing interiors are a favorite of mine to document. Again, lighting is key for the designs to look the best. I would always prefer to document a home in the afternoon because in my opinion, I believe the natural window light is better this time of day. Here are a few of my favorites: Continue reading Interior Design Photography.
Your home. Your yard. Your family + friends. Your everyday life, I believe is an area of photography a lot of photographers struggle with. Let’s face it, life goes on around us at a constant. Why not photograph it? I’m not talking about your lunch or dinner options, deeper than that. I’m talking about your … Continue reading Document What’s in Front of You.
Portrait photography is another one of those photo categories that takes patience, great lighting and proper composition. We have all had our picture taken at some point in our lives, and 9 times out of 10, we dislike the picture. In some cases, it is due to a terrible background or location and bad lighting. … Continue reading Portrait Photography.
I like to believe that photography has many different categories to specialize in. One category is food. A difficult category to say the least. It’s in the details. Food photography is in a league of its own. Just like any other category it takes time, patience, sometimes solitude and a great tripod. Tethering is also … Continue reading Food Photography.
Many years ago, I was faced with this dilemma. I was sitting in my photojournalism class as a young college student listening to my photojournalism professor lecture us about why the Canon 20D was the best camera to purchase at the time. Again, this was close to 15 years ago. I believe the 20D was … Continue reading Choosing a Camera.
All images shot with a Leica M9 + 35mm Summicron f2. Edited briefly in Lightroom. Continue reading Afternoon Light. (pt.II)