The Roving Photographer


Notes for my next eagling trip

The goal, naturally, is to create more photos like the one above. And far, far fewer like the one that’ll appear after the break. My last eagling trip was one of my best yet; the activity I saw ties for first place. Yet I managed to really screw up the shooting and lost out on […]

Best of 2012

These are my favorite images from the past year. Some are simple, others more complex; most have been seen on here before. It’s easy to forget about good shots from a few months ago, and fulfilling to go back and look through tagged images to re-discover them. Pulling this collection together, I feel better about […]

Looking back at 2012: the year in review

2012 is over, over a week past us now, and we’re back online here. Which means it’s time to begin the retrospective, take a look back across this last trip around the sun, and try to figure out just what the hell went on. It was a good year, overall. It saw a lot of […]

Photos from First Friday

Wanted to share a few photos from my First Friday show at the start of the month.  They got buried beneath all the other editing I had to do and only resurfaced the other night.  At any rate, here’s the scene from Stinky’s Chili on First Friday and basically, it was a hell of a […]

Additional B&W landscapes

When I posted about my black & white landscape project, I loaded it up with photos and still had some left over that I wanted to share.  So here’s another batch of them.  No particular separation; some of these, like the one above, I really like a lot.  It just didn’t fit in with the […]

Black & White Landscapes – a project

 Sometimes projects come about in quiet, roundabout ways. This one first came into existence after I read an article in Outdoor Photographer a couple of months back. It planted the seeds with the usual, “Hey, I can do that” thought. Unlike many such ideas, this one took root. I actually started fostering it, working with […]

First Friday Art Show: The Roving Photographer

On Friday, October 5th, I’ll be having my first art show as part of Scranton’s First Friday.  I’m thrilled – this is a completely new experience for me, and is possible thanks to a kind offer from my friend Rob Ely, the owner of Stinky’s Chili, aka Late Nite Food, in downtown Scranton.   He […]

NEPA Blogs blog of the week!

Last week I was fortunate enough to be featured by NEPA Blogs as their blog of the week.  In addition to an awesome post on their site that describes my work and my websites, I also got featured on their TV segment! I cannot even begin to tell you how rewarding it is to get […]

In the woods

Shooting in the woods is difficult.  I was reading an article a couple of weeks back, about a photographer who specializes in less-common landscapes, and he commented on forest photography a little, which got me thinking.  My experience with forest photography is really summed up like this: I either end up with an image that’s […]

A few more macros

I am NOT a fan of most insects in general – and especially not of arachnids in particular.  But somehow these garden spiders don’t seem to bother me quite as much.  And surprisingly enough, I’m okay with sticking a lens only a few centimeters away from them.  Well, so long as they behave and don’t […]

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