go pet friendly part two

Go Pet Friendly – Part Two Here’s a follow-up to the post from the other day about shooting an author’s photo and some support images for a book project. Amy Burkert and her husband Rod are on the road searching … Continue reading

blackwater national wildlife refuge part three

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge – Part Three If you have followed my work for any length of time, you know that I enjoy moving my work into a more painting-based look. I have taken a term I heard from Julianne … Continue reading

blackwater national wildlife refuge part two

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge – Part Two While in Maryland presenting some photography programs to MDPPA I found some extra time to go in search of wildlife. I had the pleasure of spending a couple of days with Chris Paulis … Continue reading

blackwater national wildlife refuge

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge Last week I was speaking at the Maryland Professional Photographers Association. It was a great group, and we made a solid connection in what became an all-day program due to weather conditions that were a wee … Continue reading

salt river wildlife – part duex

Salt River Wildlife – Part Two As I mentioned in the previous post using the new gear from Panasonic with five-axis image stabilization such as in the¬†Lumix GH5 and the long reach of the Leica 100-400mm lens makes photographing wildlife … Continue reading

infrared for architecture

Infrared Capture for Photographing Architecture We don’t necessarily think about using IR capture when taking everyday images of architecture. It can give you a different look. And I like it. Always the difference will be dependent upon what the final … Continue reading