Taking advantage of the amazing dynamic range of the D810 with this shot; I exposed for the highlights and brought detail up in the shadows in post-processing.
Nikon D810, ISO 64, 24 mm, f/16, 1/100 sec
White Ash hanging over the Helderberg Escarpment at John Boyd Thacher State Park.
This image was selected for this year's official Arbor Day poster.
Prints now available on the store page; or you can contact your regional NYS DEC office for a copy of the poster version: http://www.dec.ny.gov/about/50230.html.
Federal Reserve Plaza, Boston, 2016.
The only window on the southern facing side of this 33-story office building. It was designed this way to increase efficiency by shading the building interior from the high summer sun.
You are looking at two brothers who have been consistently tied for "Best Cat in the World" for the past 14 years.
My backyard, growing up. The Belarus 572 was manufactured in the years following the country's independence from the Soviet Union. Interestingly enough, this also marked a positive turning point in the company's reputation.
A unique perspective and opportunistically timed shot from the base of the staircase in East Capitol Park.
Landscape photographer based out of the Capital Region of New York State. Please contact me if you have any questions about my artwork.