Hiroshi Sugimoto is one of my favorite photographers. While more people are drawn to the long exposures of living legend, Michael Kenna, Sugimoto’s work inspires me to think about long exposures more than just a technique. Sugimoto’s Seascapes series continues to be an inspiration, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise that his influence shows … Continue reading Abstractions
The second day of my visit to the YNPS was one of the best. We ran into a fog bank and slowly falling snow around Gibbons Meadow. I spent a considerable amount of time in this location, and have quite a few photos that still need to be processed. This image is also a first. … Continue reading A foggy meadow in Yellowstone
Iceland 2018: I woke up thinking about Iceland this morning. Not quite sure why, so decided to share this photo from a visit this past spring. It was a memorable trip with my homies, Mark and Matt.
One of the most memorable days during my visit to Yellowstone was our second morning — when the fog and mist were low and thick, giving the whole park a magical quality. This photo somehow reminds me of Christmas. So as we start this long week, I give you a bit of holiday cheer.