After roughly 5 years, and a Global Pandemic, we thought we get things updated around here. Lot of exciting new work to share. You’ll notice a few buttons may not work for the next couple of days while we get the new site up and running, but it will be ready soon. Thanks for visiting!
Here’s a totally unrelated, but gorgeous image I recently shot with my DJI Mavic Mini II. We’ve had a lot of fog the past week, and it made this shot of the sunrise pretty darn cool looking. If only my house was 300 feet taller, this would be the view from my bedroom 🙂
Starting to get busy with Football again. One of my favorite things about the NFL is how you never really know how things will shake out each year. The Seahawks have a bunch of young and new players who should make things very interesting to watch.
After using Canon Gear for everything for the past 23 years, I am very close to throwing in the towel and going all Fuji. But using the electronic viewfinder of mirrorless cameras is kind of challenging when it comes to sports. They feel like they are a generation away from being better in every way. We just need a quicker refresh rate to keep up with optical viewfinders. For now the 1dx Mark ii is still king-of-sport-photos-mountain, But I definitely enjoy carrying my Fuji xt3 and x100f a lot more, and for anything that isn’t moving at pro-athlete speed, they do the job!
For your viewing pleasure, a few Seahawks Pictures from 2018…
Here’s a few shots from Tisha & Maninders engagement session. Stay tuned for pictures from their epic 4-day wedding celebration. I have about 4 weddings worth of pictures to post from their wedding week 🙂
Well, that sounds better than 7-0 I guess 🙂 It was actually a close game in the first half when the Sounders starters were playing. They played better than Man-U for a good portion of the first half with more shots on goal and some great chances. In the second half the Sounders took out the starters, and left the poor bench players at the mercy of the best team in the world, and as you would expect, it was a blood bath, ending 7-0. It was cool to see so many players I’ve always followed on tv. Wayne Rooney definitely gave the fans what they came to see, scoring 3 goals.
A few from yesterdays game. There were a few bright spots, but overall a frustrating game for most Seahawks Fans.
The Seahawks running back trio of Marshawn Lynch, Justin Forsett, and Leon Washington were introduced as a trio instead of individually. Unusual but cool to see among teammates that are competing with each other for playing time.