I photographed water droplets on these succulents last weekend in Monterey. I’ve been experimenting with using a wide aperture to get a very narrow depth of field, and these droplets provided a perfect opportunity to try it out. I think they turned out pretty well, and I’m looking forward to doing more photography this way.
At the beginning of last month, I got a chance to explore Oregon with two of my best friends. Our ultimate goal was to see Crater Lake in the snow, which we proudly accomplished. Our first day, we drove up to Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park in far northern California. We explored Fern Canyon, which […]
My dad and I were doing some photography (me from the ground, him from a drone) at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco yesterday. I was just experimenting with camera techniques, and this duck portrait turned out far better than I expected. Here are a couple of other bonus bird shots I got […]
The East Peak of Mount Tamalpais is one of my favorite places in the bay area to catch a sunset, and I found myself back up there one evening in late August after a day of hiking with a friend. It had been an incredibly hot day inland, so we fled west for some relief. […]
Today brought a huge improvement in air quality, at least towards the southern end of Sonoma County. I took this opportunity to drive up the west side of Sonoma Mountain, near the edge of the burned zone from the Pressley Fire, and watch the sunset. The air was still smokey enough to produce some brilliant […]