Indianapolis is my hometown. I love to wander around the city and have fun looking for form and gesture in the architecture of the city. I shot this image of the Marriot hotel in town with a long lens contrasting the red of the sculpture with the blue tint of the hotel. I like looking for abstracts in architecture.
I always like this image. I have been going through my files of the last few years prepping images for an online store. It’s a good exercise and every photographer should do it. This is one from one og=f my Italy trips. It tells its own story. Lonely trees, big field and giant sky with magnificent clouds. Shot with a long lens from a distance only makes it stand out even more.
While driving around the back roads on Cremore, Ontario Michael and I stumbled upon this great yellow field. Contrasting with the blue sky we spent a bit of time shooting it. I made panos, B&Ws and horizontal crops. I ended up settling on this and messed with in post processing. I did what many of my friends are saying about me lately Raberized it. Shot with Nikon D800e and 24-70mm lens.