I woke up early this morning and couldn’t fall back to sleep. I decided to head out and see what predawn had to offer. My first stop was the newly opened Metro Gold Line station in Monrovia. I wanted to shoot towards the sunrise, but couldn’t find a decent vantage point facing East. So, I settled for a spot facing West overlooking the tracks. Read More
We spent last weekend visiting family a few hours north of Los Angeles in Coarsegold, CA. The landscape was green, the days were warm, and the nights just a little chilly. It was a beautiful time of year to visit. We relaxed and painted some trail signs while Sammy hung out with the country dogs.
We’ve been up in Coarsegold, CA for the past few days. Sammy has been hanging out with his cousins and enjoying the country life.
I finally decided to check out Lightroom to retouch and organize my photos. Up until now, I was using Photoshop and a somewhat messy system of folders to organize my photos by date. That system resulted in a pretty big backlog of shots that I haven’t retouched or even looked at since shooting them. Thanks to Lightroom, I’ve started to go through them.
Every year as a kid, my Dad and I went to the Railroad Hobby Show in West Springfield, MA. As luck would have it, the 2016 show happened to fall on the same weekend I visited for my Dad’s birthday this year. With cameras in hand, we made the trip once again.
Shooting miniatures is hard, especially when they’re moving. But a few shots made the cut.