Old Town Havana

Old Town Havana

If you get up early enough, you can beat the crowds that quickly fill the streets of Havana.  What I loved about this scene, was the yellow wall behind the red car.  As promised in my last blog post, I’ve created a video (click the link below) that explains how...
Ryan’s Hope

Ryan’s Hope

One of the last shots I took while in Provincetown was of Ryan’s Hope.  The early light was making it glow!  I felt b&w was a good processing choice as it emphasized the drama of the...
Rules, according to whom? (edited versions)

Rules, according to whom? (edited versions)

Rules are a good thing.  They are especially helpful for new photographers/artists.  They give us a good idea of what works, what does not and why.  Sometimes rules can be broken with good result.  One such rule is that of cutting your frame in half.  Normally this is...
16mm Fisheye

16mm Fisheye

During our Cape Cod workshop, Jeff Lovinger let me borrow his wicked cool 16mm fisheye lens.  Guess what?  I’m gonna own a 16mm fisheye too.  So much fun!  This was processed from one image using Nik...
Riding The STORM out….

Riding The STORM out….

Being away from home during a bad storm is no fun.  Thankfully my wonderful wife was smart enough to prepare thoroughly and all seems to be going well.  Lots of  damage throughout the area no power and lots of rain still to come.  Here in the Smokies we were able to...