There’s an impredictability about sunsets. You never know what it’s going to give. I certainly never expected that mad fire over the Atlas mountains in Morrocco!
The good side of jetlag is it makes it easy to get up before dawn and be rewarded by landscapes such as this one…
This was my first experiment with stacked ND64 filters for long-exposure shots in broad daylight. I quite like how it came out!
An attempt at capturing the majesty of the Altiplano and the surrounding mountains. This is Mount Ancohuma accross Lake Titikaka in Bolivia.
Port Mélite is a natural harbor on the coast of the small Island of Groix in Brittany. When I was there on vacation I headed out there every evening for sundown, and this is one of the most interesting shots I managed to get.
I haven’t done near enough experimentations around minimalism in photography, but this is one I really like, shot outside of Groix Island in Brittany.
This is one of the most stunning sights in Louisiana, this out of this world place where the highway suddenly intrudes on you (and the gators).
One of the wonders of doing long exposure shots of water is you don’t really know before hand what the final picture will look like. That’s because you’re never quite sure what amount and texture of light will be hitting the water during the exposure. It’s only when I was processing Mercury Sea ( a shot of the cove of Port Mélite in Groix) that I noticed that metallic glint on the water that really makes the shot (in my opinion).
Some iconic landmarks you really want to shoot, but it’s tough to find a way of shooting them that you haven’t seen already. With the Golden Gate bridge I tried to combine the selective sharpness of the Lensbaby with a marked sepia processing. Might have been done in the 1920s, I guess!