Had a pretty awesome Sunday afternoon at Natural Bridge. The colors were better than I had expected, but still a bit muted. To see an iPhone pano stitch of Natural Bridge click here.
I thought I’d share some of the photos from the wedding of Allison Houlihan and Andrew Turner I shot with Jonathan Palmer a couple of weeks ago. I felt right at home amongst all those kilts (Andrew and his family hail from Scotland).
Just wrapped up the four-day Picture Kentucky workshop, held this year in Hindman, Kentucky. I had to sneak out in the early a.m. to get any shooting time in, so a handful of us went to the strip mines to look for elk. They didn’t disappoint!
Nothing says “I Love You” like a face-full of wedding cake. Impossible to know who started it – we may have to refer to the slo-mo replay from the video guys. Congratulations Elizabeth and Donnie!
August 14, 2009 – Lancaster, Kentucky, USA. My homing pigeons take flight after being released for a training “toss” 30 miles from their home at sunrise. The birds, which have a natural homing ability, are driven in a car to increasing distances from their loft and released to help build their flight muscles and hone […]
We had a great time playing with our cell phones during the Kernel retreat held this year at Rough River Dam State Resort Park. Here’s to a great 2009-2010 year at the Kernel. Bring it.
For the past month, I’ve been bouncing around the islands of Galapagos helping teach University of North Carolina students during their multimedia documentary class.
In this pdf you will find tips and do’s and don’ts based on my experience with the Canon 5D Mark II. It is current with the most recent firmware upgrade, 1.1.0.
I gave a presentation on photo blogging at the NPPA Convergence 09 in Las Vegas in June. I am posting a pdf of that keynote here, along with a list of links and resources that I mentioned in the talk.
This is a project I did with the Herald-Leader’s Linda Blackford ahead of the 2009 Kentucky Derby. I shot the video interviews, collected some great archive photos from the Herald-Leader photogs, and produced it using Vuvox.