Hiked up here to see all trees covered in snow. So glad I did, it was magical.
I own two very old Peugeot bicycles... one from my maternal grandfather and one from my father. Both are well loved and well used. One is a pretty original speed touring rig and the other has been changed to a single speed freewheel due to rusted gears. Finally got the single speed up and running in time for Alyson's visit, and we decided to do a bike tour of Nashville no matter how cold.
Brought the Fuji x100s to the #InstaMeetMurfreesboro yesterday. Dug the harsh light/shadows and textures and when James jumped, it brought a nice action to the shot.
Taken Dec. 27, 2014 - Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana » Posted Feb. 5, 2015
I've been doing my best to blog more this year. Even though I shoot every day, I try not to force what I shot that day if its not "blog worthy" or if it can't be released yet.
Here is a shot that I chased for a bit. I wanted to see the symmetry of the two sides of I-10 joining over the Atchafalaya Basin. Unfortunately that shot is only possible with a drone or a very tall boat. I thought the opposite was equally interesting.
Had a chance to go to an NPS (Nikon Professional Services) Event in Nashville on Monday. In addition to getting clean sensors again and fixing a 14mm that I was sure was done for, I was able to chat and get some tips from JC about using speedlight for portraits. Adrienne was gracious enough to model for us and here are a few of the shots.
Even though this is a portrait, I usually try not to pose. Most people might not like it, but I love the real nervousness in her hands capture in my first shot of her. It was only a light test, but I thought I would post it anyways.
A few of the guys from the office took an excursion this weekend. It was great to get outside. We decided to hike Polly's Branch, recommended to me by @thegoodnewsmuse on Insta. Turned out to be a fantastic hike, just like she said. Here are a few portraits of the guys.
Linked up with some Nashville skaters and photographers on Saturday. I bailed and face planted almost immediately once the real seasoning started, but it was totally worth it. Below are a mix of iPhone, Fuji x100s and FP-100 Instant film shots.
I had the chance a while back to snap a few shots of ACC clay artist in residence Bryce Brisco.
Wow. It has sure been a long time since I last posted… Snagged an impromptu shoot with this lady who was shooting some images for an upcoming album cover.