Weekly Challenge #15: Cars

The entirety of the US is built around the car. If you can't find a car to photograph then you must live in a hut in the Canadian wilderness... Since they occupy such a large part of our day, there should be plenty opportunities for you to capture these machines in motion. Panning or a... Continue Reading →

Midweek Challenge #14: Paths

When I was out hiking in Muir woods, I heard a person walking the other way make a comment and it went something like this: "Wow, I don't remember seeing this. Its amazing what you can see when you walk the other way." Now, I don't think he was trying to be really philosophical but... Continue Reading →

Weekly Challenge #12: Long Shutter

A long shutter is one of the most powerful things you can do with your camera.  Very few phone cameras offer the ability to control your camera settings manually.  That lack of control can lead to you missing a shot that you could see, but your camera couldn't capture. A few really good long shutter... Continue Reading →

Sunny Spot

As you might know (or not depending on what you have read about me) I recently moved to San Francisco.  This past weekend was my first time going up to Tahoe and it didn't disappoint.   I had driven up at night so I was greeted to an amazing view of the lake when I... Continue Reading →

What resolution to upload at?

What resolution should you upload your photos at? This is something that I have a hard time with.  For me, I always try to get the highest resolution images I can on my site.  In reality, my 24.4 megapixel, 6016x4016 resolution images will never be seen at their true size.  Why?  Because 99% of people... Continue Reading →

Midweek Challenge #11: Highway

All the roads in the world are connected... Just a fun random though for this weeks challenge.  Highways are what have shaped America more than we realize.  This week, try and capture what that means to your vision.   Just so everyone knows, I was not driving when I took this As always, send in... Continue Reading →

Peaceful Evening

This was actually just the start of my evening (even though its sunset).  This was taken on a hike through Sugarloaf State Park.  I was up there for an event at the Robert Ferguson Observatory that night.  If you are near Santa Rosa I would highly recommend going up there for one of their events.... Continue Reading →

Rest on the Hood

I could sit here every morning.  Unfortunately I wasn't able to see what the evening or morning sun looked like from this perch but I can only imagine that it would be stunning.  This is one of the few places that I can't imagine talking.  It would ruin the peace and beauty of this amazing... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑