Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia

Arrangements

Below is the artist statement for my latest series, “Arrangements”. The ingenious design of the Sydney Opera House by architect Jorn Utzon has been the creative source of inspiration for many artists since it was opened to the public in 1973. My wife and I toured this world-class marvel in 2010. Many complex instrumental arrangements […]

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Session Woods, Burlington, Connecticut

Lightroom 5 is now available!

I just finished my local upgrade downloading, converting, and installing Lightroom 5. By far the coolest features for me are the new healing brush and radial filter. The healing brush is a separate tab, like the clone brush, under the Spot Removal tool. It works similarly like it does in Photoshop. The difference is that […]

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Lake Tahoe, California

Reprocessed

In an effort to improve the quality of my work, both recent and past, I have re-evaluated my image choices in most of the galleries within my portfolio. What that means is I have dropped some images, and also an entire gallery, which I no longer consider strong enough to be showcased on this site. […]

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Confessions Of A Digital Photographer

Sometimes I think I read too much about photography. I’ll visit some technique blogs, learn a different approach to working with specific camera gear, and try it for a while. Then I’ll read something else and off I am to switching to another style. After a while of this, I found that I really wasn’t […]

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Wild In The Hole

During a recent trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Jayne and I were blessed to experience wildlife like we never have before. Jayne and I had seen some truly “wild” life before in Rocky Mountain National Park as well as in the Daintree, Australia. But nothing for us compares to what we experienced in Jackson Hole. […]

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