When I started with a Yashica, and then Nikkormat film camera with limited lens selection, I liked to take images of details that most people would not recognize. That continues many years later. These are trees at Ayr Mount – where you can not officially do any photo shoots without paying $50 to someone.
There were violent storms here yesterday. We had a tornado touch down about 1/2 mile south. It was traveling north-east and – we were lucky. The gallery shows the violence of the storm. The images show the capabilities of my new Panasonic FZ1000. In fact there was a guy there from a local TV station, […]
I started my photography career as a very enthusiastic hobbyist, capturing my images on film and “slides.” In 1992 I arranged 73 of my color negatives, color slides, and black and white negatives and delivered them to be digitized onto a Kodak Photo CD at a cost of about $3 each. The originals came from […]
In February I went to Mexico for business and took no camera! I was just there for 3 days and was going to be very busy. But I ended up in some beautiful places. The photo here was taken with my LG G5 cell phone. I had an afternoon snack and wine at El Chante […]
I went to Mexico for this social event shoot. The last time there, my tripod almost got me kicked off the return flight, so I went without a tripod. But then I arrived with no tripod to photograph a huge event where it was so dark that ISO 1600 would not even get a good […]
She just turned 15 and in her culture it is time for the Quinceañera! I agreed to do these photos for our friends. She is a very intelligent and talented young woman who is also very beautiful, and obviously will have an amazing future. I was proud to be a part of the celebration.