Recently I had the opportunity to visit Cedar Breaks Monument for the first time and hiked around the rim to enjoy the beautiful oasis of color. Though I wasn’t carrying a tripod with me, I snapped off a quick series of photos for a potential stitching into a panoramic view. I finally ran these photos through the software and this was the result. Considering it was a pretty dark, overcast day, I was pretty happy with the result.
I am starting to organize my photos a bit on my SmugMug site, including a new gallery for the panoramic photos I have made now that SmugMug has increased their file size and megapixel allowances. I’m still working out what pricing I’d like to place on the site, but I’d like to make some of these available for print and download for those interested.
Click the image above to be taken directly to a larger version on my site.
One of the creative efforts I’ve made lately is to work with a variety of people and try different ways of lighting a concept. My long time friend Ryan and I had talked about arranging a shoot with his daughter and her friends that dance together. After a lengthy delay and a few changed dates, we finally got together and make some photos. Many of the photos were pretty standard poses and other photos, which are good, but were really a means to an end. In my head I wanted to do some work attempting to capture their elegant movement. As I’ve done before with my shoot with Charly, we mixed constant and strobe lights for long exposures. It took a fair amount of experimentation with the movement, framing and light. My favorite was this photo features at the top of the post, which is a 4 second exposure and includes three manually triggered flashes of the cross lit strobes.Read More»
Awhile back I had a wonderful opportunity to shoot with Nikki in studio. We had an idea or two what we wanted to create, but the goal was really to just play around those ideas and see what we could come up with. One was to shoot some fitness stock type shots, but then play around with some scarves. We were able to accomplish both and come away with some great images!Read More»