Last Friday, after driving down to Southern California for the weekend, Gordon and I decided to do some long exposure photography. We found an overpass just outside of downtown with Highway 110 gunning beneath it, took out our tripods, and started shooting. Here’s my best shot.
I’ve been wanting to get this photo of the Greek Theater with the Campanili and the bay in the distance for a really long time and just before the Furthur concert, I knew it would be the perfect opportunity. The photo above is the reason I brought my camera, but I was able to get a few other shots from the crowd. The crowd was amazing – I’ve never seen so many people dancing as if nobody could see them. The band played from 7pm sharp till 11pm with an intermission that lasted about a half hour.
It was finals week at Santa Clara University on Tuesday, December 7 and this is the view students had from the library while they studied for the rest of their finals. Swig Hall is in the distance and the library is to the right. I took this photo on the way to my Web Programming final with the Pentax K20d and Sigma 18-200 at 18mm.
On August 11, Robert and I started packing the car at 6:00am for our highly anticipated photo shoot in Santa Cruz, California. By the time we were done filling the car with gear we had loaded four camera bodies, six lenses, four speedlights, two umbrellas, a reflector, various light stands, a set of cybersyncs, and an ice chest full of water, root beer and coke. When the girls arrived, they piled in and we took off to Santa Cruz. Continue reading