A look at what it’s like to pilfer over google maps, wikipedia, travel websites, etc… looking for a hidden gem along the many miles of western roads. Then getting there and making the shot a reality as you see here. I used a variety of gelled flashes, and flashlights to light this shot.
The Sandy Marie, which was re-named to the “Tiger Shark” by it’s last owner, finally washed aground in Biloxi Sound. I shot this subject for three months in order to finally capture the image in this photo. I knew I wanted a cloudless night and smooth seas, in order to capture the shot I had […]
When I first found this abandoned church and cemetery, I knew it was in rural Kansas, but I had no idea just how rural it would be until I arrived at about 10pm. There was literally nothing around in any direction for miles. I really wanted to give a spooky feeling to this very eerie […]
Ah, the infamous Cadillac Ranch… This was my first visit to the venerable road-side oddity outside of Amarillo, TX. I’d wanted to shoot a night shot here for some time and when I eventually got my chance I wanted to do something a bit different. What you see here is actually a lot of work! […]
It was a full moon this evening and I was struggling with capturing shots of this 56 Chevy. As I was walking around the car I noticed that the full moon which was just shy of the middle of the sky, was casting a very neat shadow towards the car. I then decided to find […]