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Last night I taught a photography class for the Manassas Park Community Center at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center Air and Space Museum. All of the students had assignments while we were at the museum – to focus on capturing one element of composition; color, shape, texture, scale, etc. I gave myself the assignment to […]
Water. Rain. Long exposures. Intentional motion. Magic.
Visiting the town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Southern Germany, as cliched as it sounds, is like going back in time. The entire city is surrounded by a stone wall that you can climb to walk around most of the city. The photos below are from a period of just a few hours, so if […]
Berchestgaden National park in the Bavaria region of Germany was absolutely gorgeous. We only got to spend a few days here on our recent trip, but still got in some decent hiking and exploring including hiking to the top of Röthbach waterfall, the tallest waterfall in Germany. The entire area is full of lovely alpine scenery […]
I like to give myself assignments for my travel photography. On some trips I have an idea in mind before I leave, others come to light as I am there experiencing the place. My assignment for Germany was the latter. As we were walking around I saw so many unique windows and doors I made […]
I recently taught a class for the Manassas Park Community Center at the National Botanical Gardens in Washington DC. While macro photography may seem like a departure from the wedding photography that I am usually busy with this time of year they actually have a lot in common. Macro photography is one of those types […]
Since I am travelling while I am writing this I figured that I would start of the 2013 Highlights posts with some travel photography. While I did travel quite a bit this year, most of that travel was for work – destination weddings will be featured in a separate post later this week – […]
I finally managed to get caught up enough to do some editing on our photos from Yosemite National Park. This was my second time at the park, which was the inspiration for the national park system. There are obviously some deep connections between Yosemite landscape photography and Ansel Adams’ brand of black and white photography. […]
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