Made it out for sunrise Saturday at Watch Hill. Had a “great ball of fire” sunrise (IE no clouds) but the thin ribbon of clouds low in the sky added a nice splash of texture. I also shot a timelapse of the shoot: Enjoy!
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):
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 […]
Made it out to Fort Wetherill for the first sunrise in a long time (ski season took over this winter in a great way!). Explored a new spot as well which is always fun. Sunrise was a bit of a bust with no clouds on the horizon but it was great to get out […]
Made it out to Beavertail this morning. The wind was howling but I wanted to shoot badly enough I didn’t let that stop me. It did however lead to a few soft shots thanks to the camera moving around a bit. It was still worth the effort as I was able to explore the west […]
Made it up to Pomham Lighthouse Sunday morning with Paul Berry and David Simms. Sunrise is basically behind you when you shoot here in the AM but we tried anyway. We got lucky with some great clouds to the north over the tanker. Not ideal but always fun to be out shooting. Enjoy!
Made it out to Point Judith Last Sunday. Had fun shooting from Camp Cronin and then made the walk down to the light itself. Sunrise wasn’t anything amazing as we actually never saw the sun itself. Royston Kane, David Simms and Paul Berry joined me. Enjoy!
Made it down to Watch Hill lighthouse with my good friend Andrew Stockwell back in the beginning of October. The sunrise itself was a blown out bluebird affair but I was able to get a great silhouette shot before the sun actually rose with an amazing red sky. Interestingly enough, once the sun had just […]
Made it out to Elephant Rocks this morning. It looked like it was going to be a blown out bluebird morning with zero clouds but as I got closer to the water I noticed a low band of clouds on the horizon. As I setup to start shooting the land was getting just warm enough […]
This is an oldie that somehow never made it to the blog… This was shot February 2nd 2014. This is one of my last landscape shots with my 5Diii back when I had a tamron 150-600 in EF mount. I’d ordered it when it was announced and it shipped after I’d already started selling my […]