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On the Move is a photo series that showcases unforgettable places I've visited. Walking through the crowded streets of Amsterdam for the first time, I was…

On the Move is a photo series that showcases unforgettable places I've visited. This trip to Amsterdam was the first time I had been to mainland Europe. I…

On the Move is a photo series that showcases unforgettable places I've visited. These images were taken while I explored the surrounding area of Carrapateira,…

The Indiana Central Canal began construction in 1836. and was intended to run a total of 296 miles, connecting the Wabash and Erie Canal to the Ohio River. It…

I wanted to make a pic with my lens ball, but one that doesn't fall in the cliché lens ball thingie... So i started to play arround with long exposure, a…

I couldn't decide on just one photo for today's topic "night" so I'm posting a series again. All of the Cloud Gate ("Bean") captures have something unique even…

I did a little more practical research today in anticipation of my workshop at Hatfield Forest tomorrow. Having established that welding glass can work as a…

For my next photography workshop at Hatfield Forest we’re going to try some long exposure photography. Heavy duty Neutral Density filters are pretty expensive…

I'm still on my vacation, but I decided to stop by and add a quick post with a photo from my trip. There are more to follow - including 9 color film rolls and 2…

Chicago's streets are full any time day or night. I experimented with long exposures and this was the best result of that cold night.

My plan today was to do some research for an upcoming architecture photography workshop I’m planning in Cambridge. This included visiting several colleges to…

Took myself on a photo workshop with Francis J Taylor, to Monsal Dale and stood in the river Wye to get this. Thank you Francis.

I have a little backlog of 365 project photos, but I though I will start with the latest one, which subject is "Liquid". Water is the most common liquid, and it…

If you were to take the route of a crow along the coast from Portsmouth, NH to Lubec, Maine near the Canadian border, you would travel approximately 300 miles.…

This picture was taken in London last year. I didn't compose it and was very surprised when I discover the result back to the hotel. Luck was with me on this…
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