What else can I say? Amazing experience. Felt like seeing another world for a few minutes.
Sunday morning. About 40 degrees or so. On location with about 10 photographers and two models in downtown Atlanta.
Many photographers have Flickr accounts. Inside each Flickr account you have a special ‘About’ page where you can display your biography, contact info, etc. The problem is that most Flickr ‘About’ pages are nothing more than a sea of text
On location in Duluth, GA with model Vaishali Gajjar. I used a Fujifilm X-T3, carrying the 56mm and 90mm portrait primes.
Here’s what’s been rattling around inside my head for the past 11 months, as well as how I generally feel when I’m out and about these days.
Adobe’s DNG converter tool now converts Fujifilm X-T3 RAW files. However, I first noticed a serious problem when importing those DNG files into Capture One: the colors shifted.
I’ve collected all my Dragon Con 2018 photos and you can now view them all in one place:
In the age of Instagram, it’s getting harder and harder to get a landmark shot that has not been done 1000 times before.
From surprise weddings in Guam to carnival barkers in Atlanta. From suspicious shopkeepers in Hong Kong to a stormtrooper by the lake.
People are, by far, my favorite subject to photograph. Always challenging, but always unpredictable. And lots of fun.
Washington DC is a city that time and time again begs to be photographed. The colors, the history, and the dynamic nature of the city’s residents make it one of the best places to photograph.
Nature happens in seconds. The light can shift. The animal can move.
My favorite type of nature photograph is when nature and civilization mix, such as the Seward Highway photo taken in Alaska.