It was a cold, dark night....

December 23, 2012  •  1 Comment
Merry Christmas all! A few days ago, I was surfing around looking for ideas and inspiration. I found an article on long exposure photograph at night with the goal of making it look like day. I really liked the idea, having done some long exposure work before, and set off last night to make it happen. Upon getting to the location, I decided that I...
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A Gray Day on the Gulf

December 16, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
It was a foggy morning here on the coast of Florida. I decided to hop out of bed and make a run out to the State Park. The fog was thick and the sky heavy. It put me in a black and white mood. When it comes to B&W photography, contrast is king. I looked for compositions that would take advantage of the limited visibility and the negative space. It...
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Weekend Wrap-up

December 08, 2012  •  1 Comment
I Had some fun this week shooting gigs and friends. Friday night I caught my buddies' band One Track Mind at the Whiskey Saloon on PC Beach. I always like catching these guys, cause the front man, Mickey, has been one of the corner stones of the local music scene for as long as I can remember. Good players and a good time. From a photography point...
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New gear and a boat trip!

November 22, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
Just a quick thought here. Picked up a new piece of gear and made a last minute run by boat to the little island across the Bay. I remembered how much I enjoy shooting pictures, looking at the world in terms of compositions and light, and just how much I love my little island. No plan, no set up, just go and shoot what you see - just fun!...
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You mean I have to worry about what they wear too!?!?!

November 13, 2012  •  1 Comment
When setting up and executing a shoot, we as photographers have a lot of things to keep in mind. Its easy to overlook the details of what your subject wears and how it fits into the composition of the image. I have been working on techniques for black and white or minimal-tonal portraits. I very much admire the low-contrast, shallow depth of field...
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