Photos from the 2016 Ocean State XC Invitational Meet, middle school only, are now online. Please note that I did not shoot the high school races. Check out the race photosDetails
Each year this event draws me to the Washington County Fair. It is not great from a shooters perspective because I have to pick a spot in the bleachers and remain in that spot for the event. In addition, it is pretty dark in the barn resulting in most images being shot at ISO2500 @…Details
I recently completed a wonderful shoot with the Shardlow family. The majority of the shots were taken in shade with off-camera strobes. Some shots were taken directly into the late evening sun and strobes were use to provide fill light. The following is a taste of the complete shoot, enjoy! The technical Stuff: Body: Canon…Details
Shooting for my friends at RaceRhodeIsland.net, I had a little panning practice at Stedman’s Bike Shop’s weekly time-trial on Monday. The race is at 630pm and the light was fading badly so I raised the ISO to 800 to achieve f/8. While panning at 1/60th second I like too have a decent depth-of-field to get…Details
My latest venture is the creation of the race directory, Race Rhode Island (featuring the photography of George Ross, of course). The directory is intended to be a complete race directory for those who run, bike, swim, SUP, Kayak and race over obstacles in Rhode Island and nearby Connecticut and Massachusetts. Check it out: RaceRhodeIsland.netDetails
I am very pleased to see one of my shots taken at the wedding of Kelly and Ryan at Hotel Viking, Newport, Rhode Island, in a collection of images featuring some pretty awesome wedding photographers in a promotional Bridal brochure put together by Hotel Viking.
Every photographer has a go to lens – our favorite lens, the best! Until last year, my favorite lens was the Canon EF 300mm f/2.8 prime lens way to big for many applications, but I often stuck with because of it’s rapid quick time-to-focus and incredibly beautiful bokeh. Last year, I began shooting weddings with…Details