The Chisos Mountains in Big Bend National Park is one of the most unique landscapes I’ve photographed. The area is an Oasis of green surround by miles and miles of desert. I wish I would have kept this timelapse going for another hour but I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to find my way back down to my car in the dark.
Back in January I tested out my new time lapse gear at the Ice Rink in downtown Rockville. I’m looking forward to using all my new toys in one of my favorite places, Death Valley National Park.
I tested out some new time-lapse gear in Gaithersburg a couple weeks back. I’m hoping to be able to sell similar clips as stock footage at some point.
I’m working on a video I shot a couple years back documenting the Youghiogheny River which flows from Silver Lake, WV to McKeesport, PA. These 30 second previews use drone footage to document the entire length of the river.
Dan and Aimme were very creative models back in July. I don’t know where the idea to use an umbrella came from but I like it.
I got a couple decent landscape shots while out on my honeymoon in Nova Scotia / Newfoundland. The maritimes are never as dramatic as Banff or Yosemite, but there’s something special about the North Atlantic that’s hard to capture with photography.
I got a couple good landscape shots during a trip to Shenandoah National Park last Fall.
Fast photo editing has never been a strong suit of mine. Here's a few recent additions to my collection of photos from Yosemite, Death Valley, and Zion.
It's hard to believe I shot this 6 months ago. With this timelapse I wanted to capture both the beauty and the constant crowds at Yosemite.
I just finished editing my landscape shots from Banff and Jasper. I struggled with the constant fog, but I think I got a couple decent shots.
During my summer vacation in Banff, we witness a herd of Elk (and one coyote) wander through a golf course and wreak havoc.
I finally got around to editing my photos from my trip to California and Utah in June.