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)
Usually every afternoon, my son grabs his legos and cars and brings them to the couch to not only play but make a huge mess. To embrace the mess and the little bit of chaos, I grab my camera and start making some images of him playing. Continue reading Afternoon Light.
My favorite father + son activity is going on an exploration walk. We grab our cameras and hit the park and trails. My son uses a Fuji Instax Camera and loves the instant pictures he creates. We observe the trees and watch them blow in the wind. We watch the birds fly overhead and find … Continue reading 4 Year Old Photographer.
I just love watching these guys. Continue reading Ducks + Geese.
As 2018 quickly approaches, I was thinking back on this year. We sold a home. Purchased a home. Renovated a home. Quit a job. Turned down jobs. We laughed. We cried. But most importantly, as a family, we stayed close. Probably closer than we have ever been. It dawned on me yesterday as we ventured … Continue reading Thankful.