This place is a hidden gem in West Greenwich, Rhode Island. The falls are small but vigorous in their movements and they travel over many layers of stone. Hence the name: Stepping Stone Falls. I spent close to two hours shooting just the falls. Due to the natural terrain along the sides of the falls,… Continue reading Stepping Stone Falls
Here's a small series of images I took in western Massachusetts around the Berkshires. I had just purchased a Sigma 10-20 wide angle lens and was using it almost exclusively on this trip. All these images are HDR processed using HDR EFEX PRO from DxO (formally from Google/Nik).
Once again the Christmas season is at our doorstep and along with it comes this years Christmas card build! Though not as fun as the 2015 card, after all how often can you use a leaf blower during a photoshoot! The shoot itself went smoothly. Both models were well behaved and cooperated. The tricky part, as you will see in the… Continue reading Building Christmas Card 2016
Light Painting is a technique that I enjoy applying to still life images. I use a small, single LED pen light. One mistake folks make is using a flashlight with a beam that projects too broad of a light pattern. For example, the small LED light on your cel phone, though it looks like nothing significant, actually… Continue reading Light Painting