May4WedMay 4, 2016
It’s May 4th, a day in which many people say, “May for fourth be with you”. (Star Wars reference.) Ironically in the camera world I get asked frequently by my Nikon friends, “So when are coming to the dark side?” (The dark side being Nikon; also a Star Wars reference.) Well, I’m both happy and sad to say that the day has finally arrived. Today I switched my entire camera system to Nikon. (mic drop)
Nov3TueNovember 3, 2015
Nov1SunNovember 1, 2015
Tonight, as I get ready to go to bed, I think of Morpheus’ words to Neo just before he entered The Matrix:
This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.
Oct21WedOctober 21, 2015
Jun24WedJune 24, 2015
In planning out the day, I had originally hoped to shoot some elaborate panoramas. But as plans changed, it meant that the majority of my gear was still sitting back at the condo. I was left shooting in bright sunlight on a clear day with my Mark III and Canon 24-70 USM. No tripod, no panoramic head, no polarizing filter, no ND filter, no 50mm and no 14mm wide angle.
Mar19ThuMarch 19, 2015
Mar10TueMarch 10, 2015
On Monday evening, I posted a photo on Facebook. I want to take a few minutes to explain this photo and why I posted it. The photo is about perspective.
Jul4ThuJuly 4, 2013
Back in 2001 when Carolyn and I joined West London Alliance Church, we jumped "both feet in" to Junior High Ministry. Along our path, we came across two young kids -- Corey Seabrook and Colleen Rempel.
Over the last month, I had the opportunity to shoot their engagement and wedding photos. For those of you that know me, I don't usually shoot engagements or weddings, but I made the exception for Corey and Colleen. Below, you can see a few of my shots. I'll save the rest for them to post when they return from their honeymoon in Cuba.