Winter Aerials

Winter Aerials

March 12, 2019

Some days I just don't feel like swimming.  Some days I don't feel like shooting with a 7lb telephoto setup on the beach.  Those days are perfectly suited for drone shots, should the wind be accommodating enough.  

I've only had a couple drone flights this winter, one during a sunny but cold morning at the beach, and a second during a slightly windier day at Point Judith lighthouse. It's always a refreshing perspective!

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Small Sunny January

Small Sunny January

February 21, 2019

If you talk to anyway wave hunting lately, most everyone is pretty annoyed with this season's swell.  We usually expect big nor'easter storms to roll thru in the winter months, generating big waves and heavy offshore winds.  Last season we were totally spoiled with head to overhead 6-8'+ days regularly occurring once a week.  This season has been a little different, but perhaps that's a good thing to get me more accustomed to swimming in cold conditions.

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Sunset at the Point

Sunset at the Point

February 05, 2019

I haven't been in the water for sunset in a while.  But the opportunity finally presented itself a couple weeks ago.  The sky was clear for once, there was a bump of swell in the water but apparently no one really deemed it worthwhile because the lineup was empty.  Fellow photographer friend Gus Potter grabbed his board instead of a camera, and the two of us hopped in with only half an hour or so before sunset to catch a few with the one other soul already in the water.  

It was a little windy and wonky, and certainly cold, but it was one of my favorite sessions this month.  You just can't beat that dusky light!

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Shorebreak and Blood

Shorebreak and Blood

January 29, 2019

Shorebreak is a specific phenomenon.  When the change in bottom contours is so significant, and the wave action is high enough, these specific beach waves get jacked up and come crashing down right on the shoreline in a big way.  There is obviously the danger -- if the swell is heavy enough -- of getting caught in the impact zone just like any another wave, and having a massive force of water come crashing down on your head.  But perhaps the bigger shorebreak danger is getting sucked over the falls.  These waves are characterized by breaking on the shore, which means next to no water upon impact if you get sucked up and over and the wave slams you into the beach.  Now take all of that, and go swimming with a 7lb water housing.

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Maine Aerials

Maine Aerials

January 22, 2019

Before the holidays truly kicked in, I took a weekend trip up to Maine to visit with some friends.  But in true photographer fashion, I had to bring my cameras and find time on the drive up and back to do some photographing.  It was on the drive back when the sun was out, the wind was low, and I made several stops to explore the coastline and take a drone flight.

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New Year, New Waves

New Year, New Waves

January 15, 2019

I've been rather caught up with shooting in the water recently.  Swimming can be rather addicting, but it's not the only way to photograph the ocean.  For years I was forced to find multiple ways to photograph waves from land before I braved the waters with a water housing.  

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Ireland on Film

Ireland on Film

January 08, 2019

I started my photography by shooting film before I was a teenager.  The analog process continues to this day because there's something about its execution, its developments, and its aesthetic that captures the hearts of thousands of people across the globe.  My affinity for film photography remains despite my heavily digital workflow.  I even keep an "emergency" film camera in my car at all times.

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Happy New Year!! Welcome 2019

Happy New Year!! Welcome 2019

January 01, 2019

Happy New Year!!  Last year was quite a whirlwind of new adventures, and I think it might have just been my best year yet!  I can't wait to see what 2019 has in store, but first a look back at my Top 9 Instagram shots from last year.

First up is the low altitude beach Aerials that everyone seems to have enjoyed!  I often will get so caught up in shooting direct overhead "birds eye view" type shots I forget there's all sorts of other compositions that aerial drone photography can offer.  You all seem to have enjoyed these photos thoroughly, and they are all actually sunrise shots too!

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Late Summer Surf

Late Summer Surf

December 27, 2018

Happy Holidays!  It's the week of Christmas, and I feel like I'm still catching up from a busy season of late summer surf and fall travel.  Right before I left for Ireland there were back to back swells that just seemed too perfect to pass up.  It was mostly knee high or die, and I was out there swimming at golden hour with friends for two of my favorite sessions of the whole season!  Plus a day of 75° and sunny in late September left us all thinking back to last year's incredible Indian Summer.

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New Aerials // Salt + Sky

New Aerials // Salt + Sky

December 18, 2018

I've been looking for a new creative exploration regarding my aerial work and/or seascapes.  When I realized you could put a Neutral Density filter on a drone, it all came together, and I quickly found myself exploring long exposures from the air in a new series that I'm calling "Salt + Sky". 

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Hinckley Sport Boat 40c

Hinckley Sport Boat 40c

December 11, 2018

It's a new Hinckley!  Not just a new Hinckley... but a whole new Hinckley brand.  Introducing:  Hinckley Sport Boat.  The traditional luxury boat builder is branching out and bringing their unparalleled build quality and attention to detail into a new line of composite build hulls and center consoles.  

Combining luxury with speed, I had the pleasure of photographing the new Hinckley Sport Boat 40c.  With three independently articulating 300hp outboard engines, this baby reaches top speeds of 58mph.  I speak from experience when I say full throttle felt like somewhere between a rocket ship and a hover croft as we blasted along for the fastest and smoothest ride I had ever experienced!

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Surf Trip // Nova Scotia

Surf Trip // Nova Scotia

December 04, 2018

I had just gotten back from two weeks in Ireland.  It was late October and Halloween was just around the corner.  I had barely been home a full week when I got the call from Scott Hayward up in Portland, the forecast was shaping up again.  It might be worth it to do a strike mission up north, destination:  Nova Scotia.  We had been planning our first Canadian adventure back in the spring, but real life had gotten in the way and we had to delay our plans as summer rolled around.  Now that we were back into hurricane / winter storm season, it was shaping up nicely and on a Friday afternoon we decided to pull the trigger.  Canada, here we come!

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