Granite and Clouds


Taken in April 2016 from the Yosemite Valley. This giant slab of granite is just west and a little north of Half Dome.

People Watching Zone


Look up


Ft. Lauderdale Morning Clouds


Digging deep into my library on this one. This is from a trip to Ft. Lauderdale (albeit many years after I would have been eligible to attend a Spring Break party) to present at a Kelby Training event.

I had a high floor room at the Westin right on the ocean and on that morning, I woke up very early due to the travel. When I went to the window, this is what I saw. I quickly grabbed my camera and went out on the balcony. This was my favorite shot of the bunch.

Tenaya Lake in Yosemite National Park

27 second long exposure of Tenaya Lake in Yosemite National Park

27 second long exposure of Tenaya Lake in Yosemite National Park

Oh, how I love long exposure photography. This one was 27 seconds long and I used my trusty iOS app, Slower Shutter that I developed to help me figure out just how long of an exposure I needed. I still ended up tweaking the exposure a little in Lightroom, but the app cuts down the amount of trial and error significantly.

Half Dome Profile

Yosemite's Half Dome from Washburn Point

Half Dome from Washburn Point

They should have sent a poet.

We just got back from our first trip to Yosemite. In all sincerity, it is hard to describe just how amazing it is there. The scale of it all is unbelievable. You really have to see it for yourself.

This is perhaps my favorite photo from our trip. There are more coming, but for now, I wanted to share this one of Half Dome. It was taken from Washburn Point.

We were intending to go to Glacier Point, and we ultimately did, but when we came around the corner and saw this view, we immediately pulled in and jumped out.

I’ll never forget this trip. If you’re heading to Yosemite, here’s a Google map for where this was taken.