Monthly Archives: October 2011


October Snow

I mean really… You can’t say there is nothing to worry about when not only is it snowing here in New Jersey in October but it snowed as much as it did. This is nuts. […]


White Sky 43/52

I heard snow was coming to New Jersey so I looked up to see a white sky.  Then I noticed how cool the view would be in a black & white.  So there you have […]


From my eye: Carton Brewing

Great beer and really cool brewery. Built, brewed and handled with passion and pride. I was asked by New Jersey Craft Beer to come out, try some beer a shoot the brewery. The guys here […]


Welcome Home

Previously I shared photos from recent sunset shooting in Freehold, New Jersey.  The park built this big house shaped storage unit for lawn mowers, trimmers and other landscaping supplies.   Apparently someone decided to park […]


Helicopter & Bolt

No words really needed for this photograph.  It’s just something I noticed when walking around Federal Hill in Baltimore, Maryland. Photo Tip:  Don’t be afraid to take photos of things that aren’t spectacular.  You never know […]


Canadian Man And A Wire

Meet Heath O’Fee. He is a friend from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. For the past year and change I’ve watched Heath experiment and grow his photographic techniques and skills. Heath is such a great guy and […]


Mind Blowing iPhoneography Photo Stats [Infographic]

42% of the 1.3 million iPhone photos have location info embedded More iPhone photos are captured in Europe than in North America 1.7% of iPhone photos are taken in New York The average photo size […]


Lift Up Carton Brewing 42/52

Project 52… wow…10 weeks left and counting.  Yesterday I spent the afternoon at Carton Brewing in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey.  I have hundreds of photographs to process, a lot of blogging to draft up, and […]


HDR Tennis Game 17 Result

Another really fun set of brackets in Game 17 of HDR Tennis.  This set of brackets is from my friend Jacob F. Lucas. It’s a stunning landscape from Seattle, Washington. For this week’s match, we […]


One Over The Other

The Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges look as though they’re right next to each other.  However, the walk between the two is quite far.  There is this one spot under the Brooklyn Bridge that you can […]


From My Eye: Sunset at Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges

When you’re out shooting with a group of photographers, the chances of multiple people photographing the same thing, in the same spot, the same way… is pretty high. We need to do what we can […]


Game On In Central Park

Central Park was had so much going on when Brian Furbush, Chris DeAngelis, Jesse Pafundi, Mike Olbinski, Heath O’Fee, Brian Matiash, Rich Williams, Jacob Lucas and I walked through it. We had some beers, some laughs and took a bunch of candid […]