Competition draws crowd to see who is the fastest tobacco cutter September 3, 2009 – Lancaster, Kentucky, USA. Alvin Stamper, 26, defends his title as the tobacco cutting champion at the Garrard County Tobacco Cutting Competition. At the end of every summer during the tobacco harvest, men gather to compete against each other to see […]
The World’s Longest Yard Sale, now in it’s ump-teenth year, wound it’s way through central Kentucky last weekend. I’ve shot it a good many times for the Herald-Leader in years past and am never disappointed at the visuals that can be found in addition to some killer bargains. So this year, I covered the sale […]
I spent the day at Keeneland focusing on the favorites for the Blue Grass Stakes. Naturally, they didn’t win. An underdog named General Quarters, owned and trained by Tom McCarthy, won the Blue Grass Stakes and was headed for the Kentucky Derby.
This video was shot with the Canon 5D Mark II on a beautiful morning before the Keeneland Race Track 2009 spring meet was to open in Lexington.
In February, reporter Amy Wilson and I took a day-long road trip into Western Kentucky to see how folks were coping two weeks after what was perhaps the worst ice storm in modern history.
This is the 67th year that the Santa Train has ridden a 110-mile route through Appalachian towns in eastern Kentucky and southwestern Virginia handing out toys and gifts to thousands of rural families before culminating in a parade in Kingsport, Tennessee. The Santa Train was originally created as a means for the Kingsport and tri-state […]
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.
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.
Watch a video of my favorite images from 2008.
Want to know the easy way to build a time lapse from your hundreds of still images? It’s a piece of cake with QuickTime.