Hwy 5 series. The famous Buttonwillow Indian restaurant. You don’t need Yelp for this one, trust me, keep driving! Photo info: 10:30am, Nikon D800, Nikon 50mm lens, f/4 at 4000th second.
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Here is another addition to my Hwy 5 series. Shot this week as I traveled to Napa Valley for a photo shoot. Weeds can have beauty. Photo nerd info: Nikon D800, 24mm PCE tilt shift lens f/3.5 @ 640 sec with lens tilted and shifted for effect.
I recently visited Hibbing, MN. The high school is an amazing place with beautiful architecture. This is a shot taken in the library. Old school, literally!
Part of my Hwy 5 series. What is going on here? Well, a photo shoot! This is my photography cargo van but in this scene it just looks a little suspicious. My van travels to locations all over and carries everything I need to shoot on location. A rolling studio and it can be used as a large white reflector as well! Photo nerd info: Nikon D800, 50mm set @ f 1.4, 2000th sec iso 64 shot a 6:30 pm in overcast light.
I commute 500 miles each way from Southern California to Northern California quite often. I am always amazed at how much open, diverse, beautiful land located between Los Angeles and San Francisco. This is the view from the air. Photo Nerd info: taken with my camera that rings. Shot @ f / whatever iPhone decides, at whatever shutter speed it decides, by the lens that I guess I should know what it is.
Shot traveling to photo shoot in Soledad, Ca. Lettuce fields in the Salinas Valley. Photo nerd info: Nikon D800, 50mm @ 1.4, at 500th.
I love vintage trailers. This one was photographed at the VW Classic in Orange County. It’s perfect. I spent many days in a trailer like this with my Grandma and Grandpa playing Dominos and Scrabble in campsites. Wish I had that trailer. Maybe one will be in our life soon, I’ll keep you posted!
Traveling through Speckels, California.
I work a lot in the Bay Area. The Golden Gate Bridge still fascinates me. I love the way the weather changes around it constantly. If you look away for a minute it can go from full view in sun to disappearing into the fog. This day was one of those. Minutes later after this shot you could see both towers to the top. Shot in October 2012.