Monthly Archives: November 2018


B&W is still awesome

Even with photography trends that focus on bright colorful images with deeply saturated colors, I feel there is still a great need for powerful B&W photography. Sometimes B&W can be used as a crutch when […]


It pays to be patient

It looked like a pretty dreary evening walking along the Via dei Fori Imperiali with the rain and oppressive cloud cover. All of a sudden the clouds broke and the sun poked through with a […]


Weather not cooperating? Use black and white (B&W)

Sometimes the weather doesn’t cooperate and you are in a location you may not be back to in a while. With the case of the last day in Rome, it was very overcast and raining. […]


When In Rome

It’s been quite a while since I have been back to Rome. And at first it didn’t look like the weather was going to cooperate all day. Dark, grey, overcast skies with on and off […]


He flew in for Halloween

One of the regulars at the Stuart Airshow is named Dracula flown by Kyle Franklin. A highly customized by-plane, and although styled like a historic Waco, is built from the ground-up as a airshow stunt […]


Day One Stuart Air Show… dealing with light

I’m always excited when the Stuart Air Show comes to town. The weather is always great and the usual Florida heat and humidity starts to subside. We get a great mix of aircraft local to […]


Our little hometown airshow

The town I live in Florida is lucky enough to have an airport that hosts a yearly airshow in November. Aviation is big business in Florida and many business people restore and fly vintage aircraft. […]

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