Amazing time leading the Stanford Continuing Studies Workshop last weekend. We experienced a real treat waking up to snow Saturday morning. Here’s a few from the trip and looking forward to seeing the student work on Stanfordphotoclass.com in the coming weeks!
I’ve been testing out the new Pentax 645z this last two weeks, and I have to say I’m impressed with the depth and sharpness of the images coming out of this camera. It’s got that medium format look I’ve been missing since I sold my Mamiya 7 and my Hassy 500c years back. More to say once I’ve put it through it’s paces for a USWNT marketing shoot in a couple weeks, but for now, here’s one from the Presidio this last week.
Presidio with the Pentax 645z.
Last second heroics by the Cardinal to push the game into overtime and a victory. What a night! We were shooting so fast at the end of the game on our strobes that we tripped the circuit breaker! Great night for Jube!
Some new additions in the print gallery. Here’s one of my favorites.
A little downtime in Natal before the first press conference and training for the USMNT at the stadium. Here’s a few of my favorites so far. Got lucky with the remote of Neymar’s ball and net for the goal, then, he also ran towards me after scoring. Better to be lucky than good they say!
Nice warm up match for the USA tonight against Nigeria. Looking forward to Ghana in Natal on the 16th!
Just seeing the images from the students from the Stanford CSP Workshop and we are have some great images coming in. I’ll share the gallery here once we have our final selects.
An amazing weekend, started off with a Spring snowstorm that left dozens of tourists stranded on 41 going out of the park. We helped a handful of travelers stuck in the snow and were lucky we were driving a 4 wheel drive. We experienced snow, clouds, sun, rain, and wind on this trip, which made for really stunning images.
Here’s one from Saturday morning from tunnel view.
Looking forward to the next one trip!
As I was wondering the grounds of the Royal Hawaiian hotel I ran across the COLOCASIA esculenta ‘Blue Hawaii’ plant, I think! Nice light reflection off of buildings nearby gave it a nice soft box looks. Great lines, color and contrast.
Went looking for Cercis canadensis, or, Redbud as it is known, on the Merced River just below Yosemite last week. Found some nice specimens and will definitely be heading back next year around this time. Looking forward to the Dogwoods blossoming in late April, just in time for the CSP Yosemite Workshop!