A group portrait I shot for the Poet’s & Writer’s Literary Agents issue.
Shot with a Sony a7R and Sony/Zeiss 24-70/4 using the Sony Smart Remote Control App so the client could monitor the photos coming in on my iPad
Badlands National Park, from a recent trip to South Dakota.
The Badlands have been on my list of places to see for years, so I was thrilled to finally see them this fall. Off season, I only saw a few people and it felt like I had the whole park to myself.
Top- Sony a7RII with Sony/Zeiss FE 24-70mm f/4, shot at 1/500, f/13, ISO 200
Middle- Sony a7RII with Sony/Zeiss FE 16-35mm f/4, shot at 1/80, f/16, ISO 100, camera was held high using the articulating LCD screen to compose
Bottom – Sony a7RII with Sony/Zeiss FE 16-35mm, f/4, shot at 1/100, f/16, ISO 100
Inspired by the recent ad campaign running on NYC subways encouraging people to see the rest of New York State, I rented a car and drove to Letchworth State Park.
Both shot with a Sony a7RII with a Sony/Zeiss FE 24-70mm F/4 on a Manfrotto 055 carbon fiber tripod with a magnesium ball head
Top f/16 at .4 seconds, ISO 100
Bottom f/16 at 1/13, ISO 100
The NYC Subway has been running ads advertising what the rest of New York State has to offer. Inspired by those ads, this fall I rented a car and drove west to see Watkins Glen and Letchworth State parks. If you haven’t been, it is worth the trip.
Watkins Glen, photographed with a Sony a7RII with a Sony/Zeiss FE 24-70mm F4 on a Manfrotto 055 carbon fiber tripod with magnesium ball head.
f/16 1.3 seconds at ISO 100
Portraits of actress Carol Lee.
Both shot with available light.
Shooting sunset from brooklyn
Two photographs I shot from a rooftop bar in Manhattan as the sun was setting. Not quite Manhattanhenge but close.