Quickie update.Read More
This week in stuff shot with my phone.Read More
Thought I'd start a new thing here on the blog (new to me, tons of other folks are already on the bandwagon)... And that's posting a weekly-ish roundup of photos I've made with my phone.
We photographers love to grumble and groan about cell phone photography - but the truth is, both the technology and the users are getting better at it each year.
I recently upgraded my smart phone to the newest, shiniest model out there... And even though the images captured aren't technically the best (pixel-peeping reveals all sorts of shortcomings if you're really critical)... There's just something about the phone that makes me really dig making photos with it.
I've actually caught myself thinking, "Nah, I'll leave the SLRs / Fuji at home, I've got my phone if I need it," more than a few times lately. I had a crazy high-end smart phone before this too - but I NEVER thought those words.
Anyway - these are all a sampling of images shot and processed entirely on my smart phone (the Samsung Galaxy S5 if you must know) over the past week.
A little video intro to the Crary Art Gallery.Read More
Take a moment to meet the fabulously brave Meagan.Read More
Preview of Warren Players' upcoming musical.Read More
Just posted some info for this year's senior photo packages.Read More
Behind every good photographer, is an incredibly patient spouse.Read More
What should I stop and see along the road?Read More
Creating publicity images for a musical.Read More
This week in Jer.Read More
A few of my personal favorites from this past weekend's shoot.Read More
A cold nightscape over the Kinzua reservoir.Read More
Final post of my daily journals from Grand Goave, Haiti.Read More
Part 4 / 5 in my daily Haiti journal from last month's trip.Read More
Part three of my daily Haiti journal from the February trip.Read More
Video postcard from our recent trip to Grand-Goâve, Haiti.Read More
Days 3 & 4 of our recent trip to Grand Goave, Haiti.Read More
Journal of our first full day in Grand Goave, Haiti.Read More
Made it back safe and sound.Read More