As My Reinvention as a Photographer Continues

As my reinvention as a photographer continues from Sports Illustrated to landscape photography my Singh-Ray Filters are becoming more and more important. Along with my workshop partner Don Smith I just returned from our delayed (due to pandemic) Scottish Highland Workshop.   During the 2-week workshop many of our locations, like Eilean Donan Castle, The […]

Switching Gears

After spending my entire photography career shooting sports, 25 years at Sports Illustrated, switching gears to landscape photography came with a new series of challenges, one being the use of filters. When I was out on assignment shooting off a tripod was never a consideration and I rarely used a shutter speed under 1000, now […]

Photographing the Scottish Highlands with The Mor-Slo 10 Stop ND Filter

  Along with Don Smith I returned from a month in the Scottish Highlands where we completed two workshops on the Isle of Skye, Isle of Lewis-Harris, and Glencoe. After spending my entire photographic career shooting sports, 25 of those on staff and contract with Sports Illustrated, I recently made the move into landscape and […]

Chasing Ansel

There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer. —Ansel Adams Last week I had the opportunity to make my first trip to Yosemite National Park with my wife MB and two great landscape photographers, Don Smith and Gary Hart, both from California who have photographed the iconic landmark and conducted […]

The Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands, an exotic collection of mostly volcanic islands that seem to be stopped in time. They are a destination on most if not all photographers’ bucket lists, they were on mine. So, after shifting into a new phase of my career after spending almost 25 years at Sports Illustrated, when I was presented with the opportunity […]