As as a photographer, you might have noticed that I practice a lot. Always in the hopes of great light and cool subject coming together and capturing something that I want to look at over and over again. Maybe someone else too, but that is really not important. Primarily I shoot handheld or on … Continue reading Perfect Light, Interrupted
The photo above was shot at 1/125 of a second, F/5 and ISO 100 at 200mm non image stabilization lens. (70-200 f2.8 L non IS canon lens) First, what is shutter speed? In photography, shutter speed or exposure time is the length of time when the film or digital sensor inside the camera is exposed to … Continue reading Q&A: How does shutter speed impact photo sharpness?
“A good photograph is knowing where to stand.”– Ansel Adams This is one of my favorite photography quotes by Ansel Adams, but you have to take into account that he was a master landscape photographer. One of my favorite images of him is the iconic image of him on top of his car to capture … Continue reading Q&A: Why is “knowing where to stand” so important to getting a sharp image?
I spent some time in downtown Charleston, S.C. taking making some photos this weekend. I was born a few miles from where I was shooting over the weekend at the old Roper Hospital. I feel so fortunate to have grown up in such a beautiful town. Near the birds
I went downtown to get some pics today and was trying to avoid the reindeer run and drove by Colonial Lake. I saw some pelicans fishing and stopped to take some pics of them diving. They are a little slower than the kingfishers from last week.