We had a quick overnight at Camp Geronimo, only had about 15 minutes before the clouds rolled in to try for some stars. At the time I thought I got absolutely nothing, so I was thrilled to get home and upload these to see that I got a few great ones.
I’ve been thinking about photographing downtown Phoenix at sunset from this location, the top of Terminal 4 parking garage, for a long time. Last night I finally made the time and was discouraged to see that this location is not good for what I was wanting. But I was able to salvage some pretty good photos of the airport.
Side note, if you have any suggestions of high perches from which to shoot downtown Phoenix, please let me know!
This is my first foray into night sky photography. This was at McDowell Mountain Regional Park as part of an Arizona Highways workshop.
We couldn’t find any formal pictures from Heather’s tenure at Luke Air Force Base from 2003-2006, so we decided to break out her uniform (it still fits!) and get some formal portraits.
Quinn and his friends hit up the skatepark. I brought my camera.
The Bad Plus are my long-running favorite jazz band. I’ve been seeing them for about 15 years and have always been captivated by their music. Last year they had their first lineup change with new pianist Orrin Evans. They are touring in support of their latest release “Never Stop II”, an excellent album.
On February 12th, they found their way back to the beautiful MIM Theater, a room that discerning musicians love for its impeccable sound.
A hike around Dreamy Draw Park in Phoenix, Arizona reveals some striking landscapes.
For this project, I went through 5 years (or more) of Concert Photos, reset all the previous edits, and started anew. After all, our taste and skill levels change over the years. Reviving an old photo is like going back in time.
I went on a quick walk through downtown Phoenix with my wide-angle lens, remembering that the best way to see any city is on foot.