Back in September, 2010, I traveled to Fripp Island, South Carolina on a business trip with my friend Rick Shearer and previous business partner, Jerry West. We stayed in a gorgeous 3 bedroom house that was practically right on the beach. On this particular night, the sunset we witnessed was absolutely stunning.
This sunset photo was taken about 100 yards away from the house we were staying at. Rick, Jerry, and myself had just gotten into the golf cart
With my love and interest in HDR continuing to grow, my wife decided to surprise me this past Christmas with something very special. In September of 2010, my wife and I traveled to London so that I could help Trey Ratcliff run his London HDR Workshop. (Note that I said “run” his workshop and not “teach” his workshop.)
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I must say I’m particularly proud of this image. Not just because I think it turned out beautiful, but because of the story behind how I captured it. I had actually envisioned this type of shot before I even ventured to Stowe and captured it.
I’m originally from upstate New York and then lived in Vermont all throughout high school. I’ve been living in the Savannah, Georgia area for the past 20 plus years and Christmas in the South has never felt like Christmas to me. I miss seeing the snow-covered roads and rooftops, the crisp cold air that freezes
This is one of my favorite shots I took during my travels to London. I took this during Trey Ratcliff’s London photo walk. Since I was already spending a lot of time with Trey, I ventured around on my own during the photo walk so that his fans had plenty of one-on-one time with him. I was fortunate to have done this because