Saying goodbye with the last light of the day. The final day has arrived. It is hard to believe that I made it. There were many times it seemed too much, too hard. Now that it is done I will … Continue reading
If Norman Rockwell were in Ben Lomond in 2010 he might have painted Andrew, a checker at my local grocery store. (Hey Andrew, you made the cut!) Strobist: SB-800 to camera left on carbon based, voice activated light stand (Theresa). … Continue reading
On this day, I photographed the wedding of two friends. I also constructed a photo booth as post-ceremony entertainment. As you can see, the guests were not shy about using it. Shot with a Canon Rebel XTi and on-camera flash, … Continue reading
I caught this father and daughter in a candid moment during a rehearsal for a wedding I photographed the next day. Minocycline viagra
Ritualistic talisman? No, this is a horse puppet Theresa made in sixth grade out of a lightbulb and papier mache.
This is an old scrapbook cover, found at a garage sale. Lit by two SB-800’s left and right.
The Roaring Camp Railroad yard always provides for an interesting play of textures, shapes and color. Especially in the last light of the day.
School’s about to start — soon this sign will be updated with news about football games and homecoming.
The latest shots of a planetary system from the Hubble telescope. Or maybe cells through a scanning electron microscope. Would you believe this was shot in my living room, with a glass baking dish, food coloring, and vegetable oil! (click … Continue reading
Nine days to go!! This beautiful vineyard out in Corralitos seemed to beckon with the winding dirt road.
Well, just ten days to go. Today wasn’t on of my best, but my friends cat sure was cute. He has grown quite a bit since this photo.
Surfer washing off after a Steamer’s Lane session. My year long project helped me to get this shot. I saw the surfer approaching the shower and knew the water would pick up the light in an interesting way. As I … Continue reading