I had the opportunity to photograph these hikers in the Great Sand Dunes national Park in Colorado. These sand dunes are incredibly high and fascinating. I was told that the sand is 140 degree Fahrenheit (60 degree Celsius) hot. Protective shoes are a must!
The Christmas season is combined with eating more nuts. I decided to create an image out of the Pistachios shells. Enjoy!
Photography has the power to reflect the situation we are living in. Currently COVID 19 is determining our lives in many ways. One key factor is isolation in order to prevent spreading the virus. Let’s not forget that isolation can lead to loneliness and depression.
Stay healthy and reach out to a person In isolation. That is the message of this image!
Due to the bad air quality we were forced to stay inside for a few days. We used the opportunity to look through some old records and shred as many as possible. Then I had the idea to photograph them on a light box.
I used a large mirror, a glass ball and a flashlight to create this image. I put the mirror on the ground and a glass ball in the middle of it. I attached a string to the small flashlight And used it like a pendulum over the ball and the mirror while I was exposing and creating interesting images.
I created 4 exposures from normal range to + 4ev to create a high key stack. Then I combined the images in post production to create this image. Enjoy
Recently I photographed at the Chemung mine in Eastern California. Enjoy!
We had a couple of cold mornings in Central California. I got up at sunrise and blew some bubbles on my freezing lawn. After they were frozen I photographed them.
This is a bubble that partially collapsed. Enjoy the image and keep on photographing!
I took five different exposures of this blooming bush and overlaid them in post production. Then I created and monochromatic conversion.
Enjoy and keep on photographing!
I took my morning walk in the fog taking with me my Sony camera and a Voigtlander 55mm f1.4 prime lens. I discovered a group of succulents which I photographed using different f-stops. This is the image that I liked the most.
Happy New Year!