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Track and Field Hurdles

When I saw this photo on the camera's LCD screen I was so excited. I knew it was the best I was going to get all day. It's one of those photos where I felt like I was only going to ruin it in postproduction — but hopefully I didn't?

Personally I love the lighting, which was a huge system more appropriate for lighting cars in studio....

Dunes

Great Sand Dunes National Park is about a 4 hour drive from where I live, and I've been going there for a few years. It's one of my favorite places to shoot.

On this most recent trip, I wanted to experiment with more "gentle" images. Most of my previous dune images have been quite contrasty and full of detail; I want to move towards more...

Marshall's Beach at Sunset

On this evening I was out practicing my seascapes and my ability to run from large waves. There would be a few minutes of small waves followed by three to five large waves that would send me running back up onto the rocks to avoid having my camera swapped.

I had my tripod set up low and wide and would jam into the sand has the water...

A 5 mins corporate portraiture

Time is often not a luxury when working with corporate clients.
An impromptu environmental corporate portrait using a single light source in 5 mins.

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Singapore's Esplanade

Taken in Singapore from the open roof top of the Esplanade - Theaters on the bay.
The spiky "durian-like" rooftop structure is what makes this architecture so iconic locally.

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Abra-cadabra!

Using human silhouette to form negative spaces around the main subject to create focus and emphasis. Hope it has worked.

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