Selected shots from various trips
Maine, Yosemite, NYC, St Croix, Europe, Jekyll Island, home, Georgia coast
Maine October 2021
Photos taken during my honeymoon in Maine. It was during the pandemic so we chose to drive the up the east coast from Boston to Maine. What a beautiful a trip and scenery. Most of these photos were taken with the Ricoh GRiii. Some with my iPhone 13 Pro Max and others with a Sony RX1rii. We had a great time and I think the photos speak to that. A beautiful trip.
A beautiful island on the Golden Coast of Georgia. Once the stomping grounds of the Robber Barons. I hope it stays as unspoiled and beautfiul forever.
Just let your lawn overgrow in the Southeast and this is what you'll get
Here to there
Using focus, perspective, and "leading lines" to guide your eye through a photo
Why should street photography always be in B&W?
My first trip out to see the our National Parks back in 2010.
For the past several months I've been photographing our chickens.
Atlanta August 2017
These photos were taken on Waikiki beach on a one-in-a lifetime trip to Hawaii. These specific photos were taken with a Merrill DP camera, not exactly known as a suitable for sports photography. But what I love about these is how the unique Foveon sensor captured the light, colors and reflections.
Just trying to find some beauty in weeds
Sometimes a B&W or monochromatic or duotone/split tone image just works better.
Technology has sure come a long way. Most of these shots were hand held. Some at ridiculously high ISOs. I remember when 1600 was a big deal for B&W film, and it was still grainy. Now you can shot at over 6000 without thinking twice. On the flip side, some of these shots were taken with the Sigma Merrill DP camera, which uses a Foveon sensor. That sensor makes art happen. It is gorgeous, and the colors that come out of it are stunning. On the hand, you can't really shoot ISOs above 400 with it. The first 4 shots below were taken with it (Merrill DP2). No big deal at all if you grew up with Tri-X film.
Cuming County Fair