A brutally cold Sunday in February seems like the perfect time to finally getting around to process some summmertime pictures in the archives. Josie, prancing around the rocks after some crab chasing on a typically foggy morning in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus
Working with the unpredictable light on a recent assignment to produce scenics and a cover for the Glastobury Book made for quick adaptations to changing conditions. Even when it clouded over as in the sunflower shot, which was selected for the cover, the softness of the light was an advantage to a scene that could [more…]
Much of photography often involves timing, luck, being at the right place at the right time, and at times patience is what’s needed most. When things are happening quickly, we rely on our instincts and experience, but when there’s time to get into the “zone”, we search and hope for whatever could make that particular [more…]
Whenever I go on location with several cases of equipment depending on the job, clients often wonder why so much equipment is needed. I usually answer that I only need about a third of it, however, I never know which third. This also applies to the camera case, where I usually have lenses ranging from [more…]