Open to Suggestion

Open to Suggestion

There’s this guy in my monthly photo workshop that is intrigued with reflections in an urban environment.  Most of his images come from what appears on the glass surfaces of buildings in the city – and he gets some amazing stuff. I prefer shooting reflections on water because.. why not?  Water is where I ground, …

Nature Photography with SmartPhones

Nature Photography with SmartPhones

Probably the most alien, yet accessible world available for one to photograph is the Pacific Tide Pool.  Every square inch of one of these little ecosystems brims with beautiful, indescribable treasures. Somewhere around 13 years ago, I started shooting underwater for my second time – This time with digital cameras.  I started with an Olympus …

The Three Tenors

The Three Tenors

‘Even a fish would not get in trouble if it kept its’ mouth shut.’ – My Dad (Who once worked for the Defense Intelligence Agency.) At the docks in Garibaldi, Oregon, after the fishing boats come in, I used a Fuji XT2 – the perfect travel system – to capture these stunning, back lit, dinner-to-be’s. …

Yellow and Happy.

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Yellow and Happy.

(It’s Spring!!!)

Every Footstep Required the Faith to Fall Forward.

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Every Footstep Required the Faith to Fall Forward.

More so when you are a bird and every flight begins with a fall from the safety of a perch.

Winter Photography Bites

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Winter Photography Bites

I find it very difficult to think up subject matter when I’m not getting enough sunshine.  It’s a winter funk thing.  Still, I can always find something compelling to shoot if I head out to the Adventure Aquarium in Camden, New Jersey. The key here is turn off the flash.  Flash = Bad when shooting …