Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Bejewled Sea

I am so blessed to be surrounded by so much amazingness every weekend. If a picture is worth a thousand words, this month alone I’d be writing a novel somewhere around the 80,000-page mark, so you can imagine how hard it is to condense this stuff into a few words in blog intros. So just […]

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The Next Step

I discussed in my recent CreativeLIVE talk that there are ways to push beyond your normal envelope while still doing your duty to your clients, and also that good photos require a lot of intentional choices on behalf of the photographer. Here’s a breakdown of all the thought that can go into a capture of […]

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A Hard Day’s Light Painting

At the end of Kristen and Steven’s wedding we decided to have some fun with light-painting, with a few twists … it’s a testament to the D4 that it can do astrophotography at f/5. it was only afterward that the venue told us about the bobcats… — Camera: Nikon D4 Lens: Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 BACK […]

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