Posts Tagged twilight

Old Love

Moraine and I go a long way. Back when I was young and petulant, she threw her charms at me and I was seduced in an instant. Oh, there was disappointment. There was sadness. Many a battle waged. Many losses I suffered. Yet, like a fool, I kept coming back. The lure too strong to [...]


It’s just hard to argue with good light. Sometimes, when it comes together, it can just make places sing… Twilight, or blue hour, is certainly one of those times when photographing architectural works…One exposure, that’s all you need… [Translate]

Up, Up and Away


Angel wings

The content in this post is also somewhat unusual for the blog. At least in terms of the type of work I usually feature. No, it’s not about travel, or buildings or landscapes. Today, I want to discuss some of my more recent portrait work. As I have mentioned in the past few months, Amanda [...]

Sights from Boston

As I mentioned in my last couple of posts, I spent easter week-end discovering Boston, Massachusetts (how the hell do you spell this thing?!!?). The whole trip was decided in a matter of a few hours and I didn’t have much of a chance to do any extensive research. Enters my friend David Clapp, a [...]