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
In many photoshoots, the ‘Laws of Physics’ prevent the desired shot from being achieved with a single press on the shutter release. This does not mean that the desired shot cannot be achieved it simply means that the photographer has to ‘box clever.’ My goal in this photoshoot was to produce a single image which…Details