Weddings are stressful. I did not realize how stressful they are for photographers until I finally shot one myself. Every time I took a photo, I was worried that I’d screw it up. So I used two cameras for it. I also set my main camera to duplicate the photos on each of the two cards in the body, one RAW, one JPG. This way if I screwed up the exposure, I could salvage it in Photoshop. It’s not like I could go back and ask Andrew and Amanda to go and repose the wedding day a week later. It was a great place toRead More →

This is one of the few photos I have from my time in high school. I hated the high school I went to so mysteriously (not!) many photos went in the trash post-grad. Taken in May 1994 from the Empire State Building, looking south. I was one of a few that went on a art/photography trip to New York City that year. Certainly not one of my best photos, but my fear of heights was likely kicking in at this elevation. That is why along with the NYC skyline, there is a stunning view of the railings and grills to protect everyone from falling over.Read More →