These trees are far too tall for the traditional photo format, so I stitched a few shots together in order to try and capture the perspective a little better.
Trying to do a little dark-field photography of some of my favorite liquors. Rule number one? GET RID OF DUST. I was amazed how much dust shows up in this style of studio lighting.
Oregon’s Highway 97 is one of the more banal, yet beautiful routes to adventure on if you give it your attention and some extra time. A slow, meandering highway through Eastern Oregon, there are so many beautiful moments like this early wheat crop. It’s what inspired the original Windows XP desktop.
This is a close-up shot of the long-gone Mississippi Street Nerd. I can’t remember who threw these iconographic nerds all over the places, but I snapped this image as the wood underneath started splitting from the summer heat. Ah, texture…
A behind-the-scenes moment, captured by the amazing Jayda Klingerman-Reed. Cody and Amanda’s wedding was held at the Edgefield Hotel, which has an amazing variety of buildings and gardens for wedding portraits. We had a pretty fun time, but I think these two stole the show!