Posted on April 18, 2021
Several of my images here were taken with various iPhone models (tagged with iPhone Art) so I was excited to see these tips from Kristi Hemric on the B&H YouTube channel.
Kristi gives five great iPhone shooting tips that I intend to use soon. Enjoy -Ron
Posted on December 28, 2019
Posted on December 10, 2019
Nothing like that first storm of the winter. I love the structure and power created with a billion wet flakes.
Posted on October 1, 2019
Lagoon Pond Vineyard Haven. Early morning in August.
Posted on January 6, 2018
Taken with my iPhone 7 in July ’17. The bay was in the 50 degree range on one side and over 80 on the other. The result is the amazing fog created by the collision of temperate and humidity change.
Posted on October 4, 2017
Posted on July 7, 2017
Norton Point was closed to drive-on traffic this 4th of July due to the nesting of the Plovers so the usually busy guard shack was abandoned.
This was taken with my iPhone 7 Plus which I find to be an outstanding point and shoot camera. I did a little B&W editing on my phone so what you see is 100% produced on the iPhone.
Posted on January 2, 2017
Spent a few hours at sunset New Year’s Day at Liberty State Park. The night was perfect for this type of shot – low humidity and a clear sky. Happy New Year!
Canon 5DMKIII, EF24-70 f2.8 at f / 8.0 @ 32mm
Posted on November 20, 2016
I shot this from one of my favorite Warwick stops – Bellvale Farms Creamery. Not only has Bellvale ice cream been voted one of the best in the country, they most certainly have one of the best views of any ice cream store in the country.
Shot with my Canon 5DMKIII, EF24-70MM 2.8 at 70MM f11
Posted on June 3, 2016
Recently I spent some time with David Ferguson (my father-in-law) shooting NYC from the Brooklyn Bridge Park. David is an avid and talented outdoor photographer and had this shot on his bucket list so I tagged along and took a few images of my own.
It’s amazing to me that Brooklyn has such a spectacular park and with such an incredible view of NYC. This is one of the many must see spots in NYC.
This image was taken at ISO 100, 30MM, f9.0 at 30 seconds on my Canon 5D mkIII using a Canon EF24-70mm 2.8 lens.