I made these photos in October 2018, when I visited Ladakh. It was a short photo trip while spending a few weeks with my parents and it is a location seared into my mind and can’t wait to go back again. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. These were not made … Continue reading Ladakh in B&W
A small and entirely random set of photos from my visit to Alaska at the end of last summer for a short weekend. These are edits using my bespoke preset I wrote about yesterday. It has allowed me to get more photos out of the storage, into the light of the day. I hope you … Continue reading Alaska, minimal
Yosemite 2018: I am pretty sure everyone has taken a photo of this tree in Yosemite. I mean it is right there, on your way to the Yosemite Falls. It is right there, being a perfect foreground for the majestic rock faces around us. And since Ansel Adams had a photo of a tree, I … Continue reading That tree in Yosemite
I recently visited Yosemite Valley to officiate a friend’s wedding. I got a chance to go out and make some photos — and here is a selection of photos from around the Valley. These were made with my Leica SL and the Vario-Elmarit 24-90 lens, though most of these were primarily shot at a focal … Continue reading Snow in the Yosemite Valley
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
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.