http://www.nasa.gov/content/successful-launch-of-orion-heralds-first-step-on-journey-to-mars/ In an unmanned test flight, NASA sends our newest space ship out for its first journey. This craft will travel further from Earth than any craft since the Apollo missions to the Moon. We have a new spacecraft. Certainly, … Continue reading Orion Launches and Splashes Down Succesfully
Jimmy Nelson is a monster. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure he’s a nice guy, but he’s a monster of photography and art and culture. I mean that in a nice respectful way, I promise. Continue reading “Before They”
Today, the Burning Man Organization will announce its new policies regarding tickets to this year’s event. Growth, permit concerns and an aging ticket system has taken its toll and has caused, what many burners see as a huge disaster. Many … Continue reading Burning Man & The Great Ticket Shortage of 2012
Jonathan and Charity are some of our closest and dearest friends, so you can imagine how elated we were when we found out they were getting married. These two are meant for each other. It’s not every day some of … Continue reading Meant to Be – Jonathan & Charity’s Wedding
500+ miles, 36 hours awake, a # of checkpoints, 4 luchador masks, dozens of eggs, 2 cans of shaving cream, a couple of laps at Irwindale Speedway, silly string, a bandolier filled with shots and 5 hours, a supersoaker, a … Continue reading Rental Car Rally, L.A. to Tahoe
Its all about video today: 1. I assembled a timelapse of my drive to Rollercon 2010 in Las Vegas this year and you should watch it. Every year, my wife’s band the Pin Ups, plays a show at the Double … Continue reading My 8,000 mph drive to Vegas, etc.
I decided to process some shots from last fall. North and South Lake near Bishop, Ca. These are HDRs of about 7 shots then contrast adjusted and then converted to black and white. I love the black & white custom … Continue reading North Lake and South Lake
On the way to scout a location for a couple’s shoot, I drove by an amazing field of poppies. Where I live, that isn’t uncommon, but this one had a herd of about a thousand sheep not too far away … Continue reading Efrain the Shepherd and the California Poppies
Last year, we hit up this spot and loved so much it may just become a tradition. We read about the place in Afoot and Afield in Los Angeles County by Jerry Schad. It’s not uncommon at Point Dume to … Continue reading Pt. Dume: not as scary as it sounds.
For a slide show of these images, click here. Every time I go to San Francisco, I leave feeling like I have unfinished business. It’s the kind of place you couldn’t truly experience in one lifetime. Like many other cities, … Continue reading San Francisco on Valentine’s Day