December 30th, 2012
This is what you can stumble upon during walks in the Winter. A creek (imagine me saying it like “crick”) of ice! This was the only angle I could capture the image, otherwise my camera and I would have went for a dip.
December 30th, 2012
Winter photography is always a fun challenge and today proved to be no exception. From driving down a treacherous and potentially illegal trail, I made it to a unique area in northeast Michigan. Click “read more” to see the video! Read more
October 1st, 2012
Last night was without question, a roller-coaster of excitement. For the past two years I have been learning how to capture the Northern Lights on camera and the setting I have always envisioned was the Northern Lights over the iconic Mackinaw Bridge. Hit the link to read the story and to see more of my favorite images….. Read more
July 16th, 2012
April 24th, 2012
January 25th, 2012
Winter in Michigan so far has been unusually warm & snow-less. There was relatively no snow on the ground during December. It was depressing, especially during Christmas. However, Ol’ Man Winter had a big surprise for us during the first two weeks of January. Read on for more images! Read more
October 25th, 2011
Last night was truly remarkable. I was processing a few images & also checking on Facebook when I read a post talking about the northern lights. At first, I thought nothing of it. I continued to see more and more posts about the northern lights. I decided to go step outside and see what all the talk was about. Hit the break for more images & the story! Read more
October 18th, 2011
October 3rd, 2011
This weekend I traveled back to the Ocqueoc “Undergrounds” (which is my secret spot for waterfall photography). Usually the water is flowing with the peacefulness of a stream, but this was not the case. We had received over 3 inches of rain this past week, causing the “Undergrounds” to transform into an all out raging river. My usual ‘hot spots’ were completely underwater, so I walked around for a good hour until I stumbled upon this scene. I placed the camera and myself on a large, flat slab of limestone and began shooting. After many composition adjustments, the image above was finally created and I was satisfied.
Exposure: 4 seconds at f/20
Focal length: 24mm
Flashes did not fire
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Image captured near Ocqueoc, Michigan
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September 23rd, 2011
After being a prisoner to the inclement weather this weekend, I ventured out to a local hidden gem called ‘The Undergrounds’. It is a part of the Ocqueoc (pronounced Ah-key-ock) River, which is the largest river in… Read more