One of my earlier shots, this one isn’t the most expertly-composed, but the feeling I got after opening it up in Photoshop and physically feeling the warmth that they image conveyed, it quickly became one of my favorites.
Majestic condo units tower above the Sarasota Bayfront just before sunset.
Dozens of boats occupy the docks on the Sarasota Bayfront as the sun sets and night approaches.
Another shot from my last roll of Agfa Vista 400 in the AE-1; I love how accurately the camera picked up the fringes of light from the moss on the tree.
I’ve tried a few times to capture this particular view before, and was never satisfied until I shot it on film this time. This is as close to what I saw with my own eyes as I could get.
AE-1, Agfa Vista 400 Film
A long exposure shot I did while waiting to work on some night sky/star shots at Turtle Beach here in Sarasota. Wonderful evening, very quiet, and mostly empty. I’d replicate this experience every single night if I could.
An old porch on a historic building, with the sun fading in the background. This light exposed all of the imperfections and age of the wood.
After taking my new 24mm pancake lens out last night to the south end of Siesta Beach, I walked away without much to write home about; there wasn’t a ton of proper subjects at that section, and we had a completely cloudless sky.
As we walked behind a section of sea grasses on our way back to the parking lot, I turned towards the water and found this wonderfully colored and contrasted scene. It always seems that when you think there’s nothing worth shooting, a situation like this presents itself.
Beach grasses highlighted against a setting sun on Siesta Key beach.
Nothing as beautiful as Siesta Key Beach just before sunset…