These photos are from a belly dancing photo shoot I did with local belly dancer Claire Metz a few days ago…
I spent a few hours in the barn with Alexis this past weekend, and we kinda like what we came up with.
I had the great privilege the other evening of photographing local clowns Candi Sour and Carnee Biscuitt. Candi and Carnee are performers with Vali Moon Events & Entertainment, and kept me in stitches while they performed for me and my camera.
Last night I stood out on my deck with my Nikon D800 and Nikkor 200-400 lens, and took a few photos of the moon. This wound up being one of my favorite images.
ISO 400, 1/400 second at f/11. Lens racked out to 400 mm, with camera set on DX crop for an effective focal length of 600mm. Image was cropped in Photoshop and sharpened slightly.
I tried adding my 2x teleconverter for an effective focal length of 1200mm, but no matter what I did, I wasn’t able to get a reasonably sharp image.
Some of my work yesterday with local belly dancer Chloe Moon. We had a great time working with colored lights and the smoke machine. Chloe is an amazing belly dancer!
Here is a photo that I took a couple days ago of the lovely Maria in my studio. Taken against dark gray seamless paper using a Nikon D4 and Nikkor 70-200 lens.
Columns and red material were purchased at my local Hobby Lobby.
My wife and I stopped at the Virginia Safari Park this past weekend, where we saw this buffalo nursing her young in the woods. Handheld capture using my Nikon D800 and Nikkor 28-300 lens.
I just finished editing this photo, which I’ve made available for sale through Gallery 133. It is available on either paper or gallery-wrapped canvas. All photos are custom printed by me, and are available in a variety of sizes.
See the Pricing page for pricing information for this and other prints.
I will now be exhibiting some of my artwork with Gallery 133 in Knoxville. I am very fortunate to be associated with such a great group of artists. Come see us at one of our showings!