These are some photos from my trip to Moses Lake in Eastern Washington. I went somewhat recently for the fourth of July. I brought my real camera with me this time so it took a little while for me to edit the pictures. The place is beautiful, Eastern Washington has such a nice climate. Being… Read More A Trip To Moses Lake in Eastern Washington
Tonight I walked around the Seattle Science Center after a lecture at McCaw Hall put on by Seattle Arts and Lectures a.k.a SaL. It had been awhile since I had visited the Space Needle so I was glad to get the chance to see it and take pictures. Being in the Seattle Center at night… Read More Tonight’s Beautiful and Ominous Walk Through Seattle Center
I took these 5 shots while I was hiking today at Snoqualmie Falls in Fall City. It was absolutely beautiful and I suggest taking a trip over there if you live in Washington, find your self in Washington or touring America. Washington has a lot of great geological destinations and nature hikes like this one.
Awhile ago I watched “On The Street With Bill Cunningham” and it inspired me to start taking pictures of people on the street that were interesting to me. I would photograph them because of what they were wearing, their character that could translate through a picture or where they were if it made for an… Read More Photographing Strangers in Big Cities Pt.1
Photographing A River Without A Vanishing Point I am asked at times about my technique I use when I photograph rivers. The simple answer would be “try to capture the rivers intensity and power.” I do this with a couple of tricks in composition including removing the pictures vanishing point.
Get the right lighting. 3/4 sun 1/4 shade is a good rule
Warm diffused light looks good Lighting the underbelly of the mushroom makes for a more dynamic picture (maybe bring a mirror)… Read More How To Photograph Mushrooms