Part of my Hwy 5 Series. Location is 100 yards off Hwy 5 somewhere between Santa Nella and Tracy, CA. Photo info: Nikon D810, 24mm Nikon PC (shift Tilt) lens. No digital filters or digital manipulation.
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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.
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.