• What’s Golden

    I was in Golden, Colorado for a few days this week. Nice little town, had a quaint, Western feel to it. With all the hills and mountains around, it was a scenic place as well. I brought my camera with me on this trip, but didn’t really have many opportunities to use it. I only […]

    One response October 30, 2010
  • Canon S95

    Ever since I sold the Canon T2i, I’ve been using my cell phone’s crappy camera. While I have no need for an overly expensive and bulky DSLR, having a camera of some caliber is a necessity. In a Utopian world, cell phones would be capable of superb pictures, but this is not the case and […]

    One response October 9, 2010
  • Empire State of Mind

    I realize I haven’t updated anything in a while, but it’s not always the easiest to find time and write up a post. To get back into it, I’ll show where I’ve been the past 2 weeks… New York. All photos were taken with my cell phone. I had a late plane ride directly to […]

    No responses October 8, 2010
  • Stepping Out of Photography

    A couple days ago, I sold my camera equipment. The Canon T2i, strobes, etc. are all gone. I only had it for about 2 months, so I think that characterizes me as rather indecisive. I first got back into photography and bought all the gear, in the first place, to pick up a dropped hobby. […]

    2 responses August 14, 2010
  • G35 By the Sea Part 2

    Sort of got side tracked which is why it took a while to get to the rest of these pictures. More accurately, the title should be G35 By the Quarry because that’s where this second location is. We moved away from the bridge in the first part to a nearby road that led to a […]

    One response August 10, 2010
  • G35 By the Sea Part 1

    This photoshoot was actually done a couple weeks ago, it’s just taken me this long to finally post it. I met up with the owner of the car, Benny, near the Dumbarton Bridge and went over to the fishing pier for these shots. Clean car all around, and very low. Literally an inch off the […]

    3 responses August 3, 2010
  • Yamaha R6 Raven

    I met up with a dude named Charles yesterday and his Black R6. This used to be a track bike before he bought it, but he’s done a measurable amount of track days himself. We weren’t really sure where to go for a good photo spot. Going towards the hills into a Golf Course seemed […]

    One response July 20, 2010
  • Light it Up

    Photo [foh-toh] – 1. Light How do you stand apart from the crowd of other camera-wielding enthusiasts? Anyone can walk outside and use the Sun’s natural lighting, but pictures really start to pop when you use special equipment to cross-light the subject; in this case, artificially with strobes. You are able to create much more […]

    One response July 20, 2010
  • Ducati Sport Classic 1000

    The owner of this Classic is Lester, and I met up with him today to take some pictures of it. Great looking bike, and it has an aggressive riding position with the handle bars so low and forward. One notable feature is the tubular-ish rear swing arm, with the shock mounted on one side. The […]

    2 responses July 10, 2010
  • 190E Cosworth

    In a move to take my photography more seriously, I’ve put up a portfolio of sorts. There is also a link on the upper navigation menu. Currently, I don’t really have any pictures and a lot of the ones that are in there are old. Since I need more pictures under my belt, I hit […]

    One response July 5, 2010
  • My Rant on Cameras

    Currently, through my 4 years history with photography, I’ve only ever owned 50mm prime lenses and nothing else. They’re cheap ($100), have good glass, and are simple. Sure, they may not have a very strong construction (plastic body) or any zoom… but they produce the results and I think that’s most important. I’m giving this […]

    3 responses July 2, 2010
  • Say Cheese

    I guess you could say this is another “gift” for myself. Okay, so I like to indulge sometimes… but I saw this as an applicable necessity. I first got into photography back in high school, which started with a Nikon D50 and a 50mm f/1.8 lens. I had that for a while and then sold […]

    One response July 2, 2010