Category Archives: Photography

Neighborhood Nightscapes


It’s dark out there.

Sad to Sell this Lens


I’m about to post this Canon 100mm f2.8 lens on CraigsList so someone else can enjoy it. I don’t use it enough, but it’s fun when I pick it up and explore. Or show that unique detail at a wedding. I found a few examples. I’ll shoot these images on […]

Elizabeth Esther


I was so lucky to see Esther. I held her… magic.

Wooden Boats – On the Shoreline


40th Wooden Boat Festival on the lake. Didn’t have enough time to do justice to this gathering of hulls and people.

Seattle at f1.4


I shoot my personal work with Fujifilm camera bodies. Recently I’ve been grabbing the XPro-1 body with Fuji’s stellar 35mm f1.4 “normal” lens. This lens on the Fuji APS-C (“crop”) sensor has the field of view of a 53mm lens used on full-frame format. The wide open aperture of f1.4 creates a […]

Color depends on its lineage


What does that mean?! JPEG above, raw below. Fuji X Pro-1, 35mm f1.4 lens, ISO 200 (base sensitivity of the sensor) f5.6 Well, these two images are from the same “capture” or press of the shutter button and neither file was touched after they were 1. a 1/950 of a […]

A Staunton Night


Sometimes I can’t stop. Good music or stimulating events “start me up” and once started I *have* to keep taking pictures. Here’s a Memorial Day concert a little while back in Staunton, VA, where my daughter went to college – fun to photograph people, the band,  and I was way too jazzed to […]