Old World Chateau – Custom Furniture Product Photography

Hi Friends, I had the opportunity recently to photograph an amazing collection of handcrafted custom furniture at a beautiful home in San Diego County.  The manufacturer contracted with me to photograph her work in the home setting – images to be used on her website, marketing materials, etc. The home is decorated in the “Old Read more about Old World Chateau – Custom Furniture Product Photography[…]

Yosemite National Park…

Hi Friends, Just returned from a too short trip to Yosemite National Park.  I’ve lived in California for 25 years, and been close to it several times, but this is the first time I’ve ever actually gone into the park.  Spent the night in a wonderful, quaint, dog-friendly inn just outside the park – about Read more about Yosemite National Park…[…]

“I Left My Heart…” well, you know the rest…

Hi Friends, Been a few weeks since I’ve posted.  Had a holiday boutique to prepare for, and a family vacation to the great foggy north…San Francisco: land of the Golden Gate bridge, dungeness crab, and sourdough bread. It’s been almost 18 years since last I visited San Francisco, and the last time I was there, Read more about “I Left My Heart…” well, you know the rest…[…]

Hooked on Classics…

My friend, Booker, arranged for us to meet with Jon, a local classic car collector, this weekend.  I’ve photographed  classic cars at public events and typically there are all kinds of things that get in the way of making good photographs…power lines, trash bins, other cars, other people.  It was so cool to able to Read more about Hooked on Classics…[…]

Scenes from the Windy City

Was in Chicago recently.  Having just been to Philadelphia and not taken my own cameras, I vowed that I would not travel to such a  “target rich environment” (photographically-speaking) without my own DSLR and at least the 24-70mm f/2.8.  As it turned out, I also dragged along the Nikkor 12-24 along, and it served really well. Read more about Scenes from the Windy City[…]