travel, HDR (not the weird, other-worldly kind), macro, landscape, architecture and creative photography. And you may notice recurring characters that command the attention of my camera more than any other: my Yellow Labs Toby & Charlie – because they’re awesome.
OMG – more blogosphere clutter … WHY?!
OK, here’s why. Having recently graduated from the New York Institute of Photography’s professional photography course, I need to keep practicing the skills I learned and – hopefully – learn new ones. So join me in stepping up my photography and scraping the dust off my writing skills.
In this time-lapse with recorded footage from what used to be our back yard in Maine, you’ll notice the deceptive scenes showing standing water leading you to believe it is spring, when in fact these scenes were actually taken in a rainy, unusually warm February. The scenes where the snow is hanging onto the trees were actually taken in March, due to the FOUR nor’easters we experienced, each a week apart, back in 2018.
Taking a break from Boston footage, this time-lapse is the second in my quarantine project to be redone in 4K video. Turn up the sound and enjoy!