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.
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 […]
After shooting this old blacksmith’s shed from the inside, I’d left the lantern I was using, handing inside. Once I got out to the outside, I noticed a very cool pattern of light emanating from within. After a few tries to get the right exposure and framing, it turned out pretty neat.
This was perhaps my favorite shot of several I took at this location. I was battling some very offensive, bright white light pollution, but I ended up using the car headlights and the white light, to it’s benefit. In this case, it gives a very otherworld feel to the image and I think tells a […]
This was shot in Arches National Park and this was just south of the Southern Window. I notices that the Milky Way was peaking through the fast moving clouds. I then stumbled on this gnarly old tree which made for a good anchoring element to the shot.