Growing up, I greatly enjoyed wandering through graveyards and reading all of the tombstones, in particular the crumbling, fading ones (not a vampire, but I could play one on TV). So it was a special thrill to converge my early experiments in photography with this long-standing hobby of mine, in one of the greatest cemeteryContinue reading “NOLA Photo Series #2 (April 2018)”
Adult Disney. It’s a thing. And nowhere is it more of a thing than on the Disney cruise lines. In fact, it’s so much a thing on their cruises that you can even bring all of your kids, and it’s still Adult Disney. For those who are unfamiliar with this concept, contrary to popular beliefContinue reading “Disney Cruise (December 2015)”
A touristy shot, but I had fun with my editing app. Shot on Panasonic DC-ZS70, f/3.3, 1/250, 4.30mm, ISO 80, black and white edits added in post. #2 of this series is here. #1 of this series is here.
Technically this is photo series #2, as I posted several photos in my Rashomon Series about this trip, but who needs technicalities? This is my attempt to get an interesting shot of the Jewel Dunn’s River Resort in as non-resorty a way as possible. Shot on Google Pixel 3, black and white filter.
I’ve had the great fortune of doing a lot of traveling throughout my brief existence on this planet, which has come with the necessary step of packing for said travel. One of my greatest pleasures in life is looking at the same task from different angles. Packing is one of those areas that I’ve enjoyedContinue reading “Packing Jujitsu”
Discovered this lovely little outdoor patio during our first stroll through Sorrento. A lovely place to rest our feet from the steep climb, and pass the time before riding our bus to a bed and breakfast. Shot on Apple iPhone 8. First shot from this series is here.
Another shot from a rainy, beautiful day at my favorite Michigan winery. Shot on iPhone 5. Click here for previous post in this photo series.
A different way to shoot Petoskey. Shot on Panasonic DC-ZS70, ƒ/3.6, 1/125, 5.8mm, ISO2500. Black and white filter. Check out the initial post of this photo series here.
Another shot from an amazing day at the park with my father and the teenagers. I did a little experimenting with perspectives and wound up with this photo — I see something new every time I look at it, which is fun. Shot on Google Pixel 3. Check out the first photo in this seriesContinue reading “Sedona, AZ Photo Series #2 (February 2020)”
Street photography gets a heck of a lot easier when you stumble on an art & sculpture park in the middle of a stroll through the Chicago suburbs. Shot on Google Pixel 3, black and white filter.