Bair Island, San Francisco, California, USA
Nikon D800e | ISO 640 | 120mm | 1/2000 sec | f6.3
On the way into SFO I flew over these really cool marshlands. I’d had my eye on them since my last trip to San Francisco and this time I had my camera ready.
Oakland Bay Bridge, San Francisco, California, USA
Nikon D800e | ISO 125 | 24mm | 151 sec | f6.3
On a quick business trip to San Francisco this past week I was able to run down to the Embarcadero to grab some evening photography. I’m a fan of bridges, especially in long exposure black and white, so I couldn’t help myself.
Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Nikon D800e | ISO 6400 | 48mm | 1/25 sec | f4
Handheld capture of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. This building has great lines and with the slightly foggy conditions really made for an excellent subject at night.
Larch Trees, Ingalls Pass, Washington, USA
Nikon D800e | ISO 320 | 82mm | 1/160 sec | f8
Larch trees in brilliant fall color. The final capture is a composite of 10 images, stacked using the multiple exposure setting in camera with minor corrections in post.
Bellevue, Washington, USA
Nikon D800e | ISO 100 | 30mm | 134 sec | f8
Long exposure photography combined with architectural in Bellevue. We lost the clouds, which made the sky a little boring, but the building made up for it with compelling lines. Conversion to B+W with Nik Silver Effects.
Vantage, Washington, USA
Nikon D800e | ISO 100 | 24mm | 1/400 sec | f9
Anne and I went to the Wild Horse Wind and Solar Farm yesterday afternoon to experiment with photography of the wind turbines. I took the opportunity to play around with stacking multiple exposures to get a pin wheel effect on the blades. She’s also got a great capture on her blog called Windy Night that’s a composite of some long exposure work we did under the Super Moon.
Seattle, Washington, USA
Nikon D800e | ISO 320 | 24mm | 1/25 sec | f7.1
Stroll with friends at the Kubota Garden in South Seattle. This small Japanese Maple had absolutely stunning curves in the trunk. While 24mm was adequate, a wider lens would have made for a more radical perspective.