Its all about timing !
Hummingbirds are one of few local birds that are very present in Southern California that most people don’t even notice. It began at the beginning of the summer when I happened to stumble across a hummingbird one morning perched on a branch. I didn’t pay it much mind because I was dropping my daughter ofContinue reading “Small Bird.. Big Impact”
There are many types of cameras available on the market today. Dozens of brands and models with features and capabilities that our ancestors would have never imaged that would be capable. A lot of every day people use point and shoot cameras for their ease of use and reasonable price point, while most professionalContinue reading “5 Reasons You Should Own a Premium Compact Camera”
An afternoon drive down the I5 freeway passing through downtown San Diego
Woke up fairly earl this morning but not any earlier than a normal day lol. The difference was that the cloud coverage and fog was immensely dense. I grabbed my camera as I headed out the door preparing myself to not get any good shots (because it happens way more than I’d like it to).Continue reading “Morning Fog”
This technically should be a “Photo(s) of the Day” but instead I felt the title be a bit more suited to the truth. These two photographs are not “new” but I’ve sat on them a while and haven’t really gotten the edit for them that I wanted. Whenever I can decide on a good editContinue reading “New to You .. Old to Me”
Normally I am the individual behind the lens but today I got a rare chance to be in front of it. So its a little out of the ordinary but technically still photos of the day even though I didn’t take them lol. Photographs owned and taken by Shara McGlothan (my wife❤️)
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of taking Eboni’s maternity photographs and heres how it went.. She wanted a cotton candy sky, warm, golden hour shoot and being in San Diego that isn’t unfamiliar.. But that was NOT what happened The morning of I noticed that the weather was clear skies but leading into theContinue reading “Eboni’s Gloomy Sesssion”
Two guys prepare to enter the chilling ocean waters of La Jolla Shores.
I have been recently shooting film a lot more often and learning how to process, develop and make prints on my own instead of outsourcing to a 3rd party. I must say that it gives you a greater appreciation for photography as a whole. I’m not a newbie to photography but film is another levelContinue reading ““Hands” a 35mm Series”