Monthly Archives: October 2011


My passion has legs…

Photography is not only a way for me to make a living; it is also my passion. And there is no doubt that the passion came before the money. Indeed, without it, a professional career […]

Continue reading »

Barrels of Tokenism

In winery photography, there are just some things that cannot be avoided. I have mentioned in previous posts that some shots are going to be clichéd, while also being necessary at the same time. I […]

Continue reading »

Sunset Redux

I have posted a couple of HDR (high dynamic range) photographs on here before, and have talked about what it is and why it is used, so I won’t bore you with all of that […]

Continue reading »

Casks and barrels

As I discussed in my previous post, looking for something new and unique in winery photography is fun and challenging, and it is rewarding finding a composition that can tell the story of winemaking from […]

Continue reading »

Upon further reflection…

Winery photography is fun and challenging. It’s fun because you get to hang out in, well, wineries! It’s challenging because most wineries share the same things—tanks, barrels, hoses, etc., but they don’t want their images […]

Continue reading »

Light of Wrath…

Photographing grape clusters is just about as token as it gets for a Napa photographer. It’s right about there with vines and hot-air balloons (coming soon).  But just because it’s a cliché, well, that doesn’t […]

Continue reading »