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Tórshavn Morning light

Dynamic light on my first morning in Tórshavn. The rain, wind, and jet lag was tugging at my motivation, but I ventured out anyways. Glad I did, made some of my favorite images on that first day. I find I do some of my best work when I’m exhausted or sick, helps get my head out of the way.

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Interpretation not Illustration

Over the last year or so, I’ve been attempting to photograph what I feel rather than what I see. To focus on interpretation rather than illustration, has been an enlightening challenge. I find that I am seeking out interesting things, rather than beautiful things with this in mind. However they sometime overlap 🙂

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Tjørnuvik Light

I was lucky to spend a day here under passing storms and moody light. If you plan on traveling to the Faroe Islands, I would put Tjørnuvik high on your list of places to visit.

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Inclusion in the Black and White 2014 exhibition

I just received some exciting news that an image of mine was accepted into The Center For Fine Art Photography’s Black & White exhibition!

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Black and White Miniatures (Finished Portfolio)

There is something quite rewarding in seeing how a body of work comes together, especially one that was created over multiple outings, and a span of 4 months.

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Black and White Miniatures

High altitude landscape photography can be incredibly rewarding, however, it does not come easy. One main challenge is the fleeting light during sunrise or sunset. Generally this is the only time I photograph landscapes (the quality of light is at its best during these times).  On average, I have about 2 to maybe 15 minutes to capture this brilliant display of color and light.
The following collection is a different story.

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