Before this blog became primarily focused on my photography, it was a collection point for various travels and explorations. Many recent travels have been focused on photography, but I have a few projects other projects too. One such project has been tracking down local indigenous history. Last year I took the family to Lummi Island […]Read more "The Hunt for ‘She Who Watches’"
My current 300mm lens has a short aperture range and lots of vibration when standing (because it was only $109 and I’m broke. The next step up is going to be like $600. Not until I get a better job…), so it’s hard to get crisp moving objects. The result is that I don’t always […]Read more "Tallships on the Bay"
Last week the historical museum ship Hawaiian Chieftain sailed into Squalicum Harbor in the city of Bellingham. The Hawaiian Chieftain is a 103′ ketch displacing 64 tons. Although her rigging is based on 19th-century designs, the hull is steel and features a triple keel design. This makes the craft very maneuverable in shallow waters, drawing […]Read more "Tallship Tour: Hawaiian Chieftain"
I started branching into more creative photography this week. Two ideas leapt out at me, one certainly easier than the other. The first project I am working on involves capturing fire. Fire is very interesting as it is ephemeral and ever-changing, and a light source of its own. Fire is similar to water in some […]Read more "Project Planning"