Sunset was beautiful this cold 49°F evening
I’ve been having a disconnect between the storage of my photographs and the editing process for several months. I’ve used Affinity Photo for the longest time and creating individual files for each edit. Somehow I happened on Lightroom Classic (LrC) after trying numerous other tools and this time around something was different with the interfaceContinue reading “Lightroom Classic”
Here’s a selection of mostly unedited photos from different events over the course of this year. This year I developed an interest in the Fujifilm X100S camera and in living history photography. I took several trips to see reenactments, friends, and family. I’ve posted more of these on Instagram. Find that link on the FollowContinue reading “My favorite moments from 2022”
I was passing through an intersection heading towards Peak, South Carolina, with two other photographers when we looked up and saw this across the road. Pulled this Sony raw image into the RNI Films app and applied their vintage film preset, Kodachrome Generic v.6, followed by some light editing. It’s on Instagram too.
My perspective on photography has started to shift. When I first started in photography with a Sony a6000 in 2015, I was drawn to that camera by sunsets and eventually made many time-lapses. Abandoned buildings and rusted cars drew my attention for the next several years and new friends as a result. A year agoContinue reading “Close up”
I’m making more of my photography available for purchase as prints and canvases from this website. Look for the shopping cart icon under photos in my posts and click on it to order a print. The prints are not framed or signed. I’m also placing my photography on Fine Art America and Redbubble so youContinue reading “New photographs available for purchase”
On Saturday, September 3, 2022, I visited Rural Hill in Huntersville, North Carolina, to see the reenactment of this year’s Battle of Charlotte. Tickets were purchased online in advance. The day was mostly cloudy with lots of heat (88–91ºF) from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. I dropped the exposure on my camera because of theContinue reading “SOOC: 2022 The Battle of Charlotte”
Jeff Dworek sat on a scissor stool handmade by a mutual friend, hands clasping a tin cup filled with cold water. It was 104ºF that day, and Jeff was trying to stay cool in his thick Revolutionary War clothing at Historic Brattonsville in McConnells, South Carolina. He had a soaked towel wrapped around his neckContinue reading “Single frame: Jeff Dworek at 2022 Battle of Huck’s Defeat”
Rusty Robinson was standing behind a wooden workbench in a cabin at Brattonsville when I walked in. Two small doors and a gap behind the bench dimly lit the cabin. A young man was engaging Rusty in a conversation while I stood off to the side in the shadows to take pictures. Here he pullsContinue reading “Single frame: Rusty Robinson at 2022 Battle of Huck’s Defeat”
I put together a short video to highlight some of my photographs. Turn up the volume and I hope you enjoy it. And you are welcome to share it with others.
A friend and I went to an amateur radio club meeting and after it was over we both saw this beautiful sunset outside. I happened to have my Fujifilm X100S and this is a straight out of camera shot.
Here’s a new series focused on art. Collecting links or videos from the week or month that help inspire my artistic journey. Hopefully you will find them deserving of a mug of brewed tea or cup of Joe while you pass the time. This documentary covers fifty photography works of Ernst Haas focused on compositionContinue reading “art collection: street doc and color”
My friend Michael Hutchinson has started displaying his photography in the Dowd Center Theatre in Monroe, North Carolina. On the second day of a month’s-long gallery show at the theatre, I went up in the afternoon to support him. I met him outside after he had just finished a hot dog he had bought fromContinue reading “Monroe Art Walk 2022”
Ever since I received the Fujifilm X100S, the Sony cameras sit in a bag on a shelf in a dark closet. The new camera is less complicated to operate and lighter to take with me. Occasionally, I shoot color. Before when I was considering a newer version in the series, I focused a lot onContinue reading “Backburner”
It’s 25°F this morning with the first snow of the year.
Available for purchase from this website. You will receive a print of the size you request and will need to purchase your own frame to match. My watermark is not included on the print.