Found this on my way to Maine for the weekend. This is the Whaleback Lighthouse in Kittery Maine. It was foggy and rainy and I had to walk about 30 minutes further than expected (locked gate, this made me late for Portland Head Light missing that shot…) so ENJOY THIS!!! Ha ha.
A good friend of mine graduated from UMaine in Orono this weekend. I took the opportunity to shoot in Acadia “on the way” there. Enjoy! And here’s a rare shot of me (with Ruleo Camacho):
Just dug this one out of last years archive while catching up on some family photos… Never processed this one for some reason but I’m really liking the moody/dark feeling to it. This happens to be shot with the sony 10-18mm wide angle lens that’s meant for their smaller sensors but it works on full […]
I was lucky enough to sneak away to Telluride CO to visit my Aunt for a long weekend. I was there to help here with a new camera but we also got out skiing twice. Telluride sure has changed in the last ~20 years! Here’s a few landscapes I managed to snag while there. […]
Went out to Beavertail Sunday to see how it looked with a fresh blanket of snow. I was there mid afternoon so while the snow was beautiful there wasn’t much I wanted to shoot. As soon as I got out of the car I could hear the roar of the swell out at the light […]
Made it out to Beavertail for sunset tonight. I was actually working on some videos for a few reviews I was working on and sunset just happened while I was there, but I’ll take it! These were both shot using sony’s new skyHDR app that blends two images in camera and outputs a RAW file. […]
I had just enough time on my way home from work tonight to swing by Warwick Neck and get a shoot of the moon rising behind Warwick Lighthouse. For those of you that know Warwick Light, it’s got basically zero access on the land it’s on. It’s surrounded by very nice houses in a very […]
Elias and I took a drive today to scout some more telephoto lighthouse shots. It was a lot of fun for both of us as you end up at a lot of fun places near the water when you’re shooting lighthouses! Enjoy.
Found a new access point in Portsmouth that got me a bit closer to Hog Island Shoal Light. Let me know if you prefer the horizontal or vertical! I’m learning to compose with a long lens these day (tamron 150-600mm) and I’m finding that a small change in my location can radically change the background […]
The sony switch… As most of you know I’m a long time canon shooter that made the mirrorless switch to fuji last year. The majority of my photography business is based around shooting architecture with a UWA zoom. My switch to fuji happened as soon as their 10-24mm was available (as well as their XT1 […]
Made it out to Sakonnet Point Saturday for sunrise. The forecast was for 87% cloud cover but I went anyway and was treated to a great show by Mother Nature. These two shots are about as different as you can get… The top shot is with a 600mm lens and the bottom shot is taken […]