Tag Archives: Multiple Exposure

Lake Cameron

Last night I did my first bit of experimentation with luminosity masks which I’d heard of before but really had no idea what they were. Turns out, they’re a fantastic tool to help manually blend together multiple exposures for landscape photography. I didn’t do too much experimentation – just made a basic mask and applied […]

Racing the Sunset

Recently my friend Brian Matiash touched on the subject of photographers always racing against the sunset/blue hour, trying to make sure we get all the shots we want before that magical light runs out for the day. I’m definitely no stranger to that feeling, and found myself in exactly that situation last week when trying […]

Lonely Lock

Every time I use my new 50mm f/1.4 I grow more fond of it. I know I’ve said this before, but after seeing this lens in action and seeing the amazing results of the Canon 85mm f/1.2L in my engagement photos, I’m absolutely loving the look of fast primes over zooms. Nearly every lens on […]

Clouds and Bales

Living on the prairies lends itself to some pretty good photography opportunities, and sometimes I think I take my proximity to wide open farmland for granted. If I hit the road and drive for 30 minutes south, east, or west of where I live I quickly find myself surrounded by soft rolling hills and patchwork […]

Bellagio Ceiling – Chihuly

This photo is 100% inspired by Trey Ratcliff over at Stuck in Customs. After seeing the images he was able to capture in Las Vegas, I made a point to try and find a few of the locations and see what I could come up with. The picture below is a set of 3 handheld […]