Month: June 2015

  • Hummingbird in Super Slo Mo

    There are different moments in nature that impact each of us in a way that we are able to connect. Sunsets, for instance, are pretty universal in their intimacy. With all that I’ve done as a nature photographer — penguins, polar bears and so forth — the most interesting creature to me is the hummingbird. […]

  • The Power of the new Canon 5DS / Mr. Phelps’ Stache

    Let’s talk about the Canon 5DS. Is this camera worth it? To me, it’s all pretty simple. [su_row][su_column size=”1/4″][/su_column][su_column size=”3/4″] I have been inundated over the past couple of weeks regarding questions pertaining to Canon’s 5DS camera.  That’s to be expected.  It’s a new and expensive piece of gear; and as it turns out, I […]

  • What Happens when you Hit Your Kid in the Face (High Speed Video)

    This is a rather classic shot — but one that I’ve never gotten tired of.  Slow motion water balloons are just beautiful. This was shot at approximately 1500 frames per second.  Gabrielle’s reaction the highlight of the shot to me (jumping around as I am about to get hit) is just amazing and completely genuine. […]

  • On the Oakland A’s Pitching Mound (in 360)!

    Note:  Just a quick thank you to the Oakland A’s, Peter Read Miller and Michael Zagaris and anyone else who allowed me (or didn’t not allow me) to do this.  It was a truly remarkable experience. [su_row][su_column size=”1/4″][su_lightbox type=”image” src=””] [/su_lightbox][/su_column][su_column size=”3/4″] I had the amazing opportunity to stand on the pitching mound for a […]

  • Ever wonder what Finger Snapping looks like in Super Slo Mo?

    Here is my beginning movie with extremely high speed photography.  This started out as a simple high speed test but actually developed into something quite amazing.  Much of life is invisible; happening too fast, too slow, too big or too small to truly appreciate.  Finding ways of reversing these extremes and finding ways to appreciate […]