This is small collection of digitally designed landscapes that I've made. So far, all of these were rendered completely in 3d with FormZ and Maxwell Render, and I've written more about them here, here, and here. Post processing/compositing (yes, always) was done in Photoshop and Pixelmator. Click/tap an
I absolutely love subtle, desolate landscapes. This one, again, was made in Alaska.
I love it when it seems like the photographer wasn't even there. This is like cinema to me. This is a shot of my son navigating the Virgin River on our wedding reception (aka the hike up the Narrows in Zion Canyon) last summer. Somehow the composition on this one
I love this time of year, and here's why. ∞
California Gradient I made this image (as a passenger) shooting out the car window on a ride up to a construction site where a project of mine is being built in California's central valley. The sunrises up there are beautiful.
We stopped on the side of the road to make this picture on Saturday evening on the road trip to Truckee.
Here's a picture I made yesterday. The dragonfly was hanging on tight for a few seconds in heavy wind, then flew off to find another twig to hang onto. This was captured with my Olympus OM-D and 40-150mm lens using manual focus.