Posts Tagged 'commercial aircraft'

May 7, 2013

It’s no secret I love aircraft. US Airways CRJ200 and sunset.

Enjoy. – Chris

usairways aircraft travel photography

April 11, 2013

Hundreds of people and possibly hundreds of tripods,early morning sunrise,traffic. Name three things I normally dislike. However this was my first time seeing the Cherry Blossoms in bloom in Washington DC around the tidal basin. Amazing how many people get out to see this! Instead of focusing on the blooms I found it way more interesting to focus on the people,the amateur and professional photographers, the rows of tripods, the daily joggers, the clearly annoyed cyclists, the business travelers in flight, the folks going to work attempting to avoid the tourists.

Enjoy. – Chris

washington dc documentary photorapher

documentary photography washington dc and new orleans photography

February 18, 2013

So I’m going to attempt to post a monochrome image every Monday. Here goes nothing! I figured this image was fitting for President’s Day.

VH-60 Presidential United States of America helicopter

August 22, 2012

I have a weakness for crop dusters. Crazy? Maybe but true. There’s an art to what they do, a dance in the sky, fascinating.

Iron Maiden’s “Ace’s High” may describe a crop duster in flight perfectly, minus the guns of course.

Enjoy. – Chris

June 28, 2012

Leaving St Maarten after a ferry boat ride from Anguilla where I was assisting Matt with Grazier Photography . Thanks to Matt and Enna for allowing me to help out. I apologize on behalf of American Airlines for the dirty wing.

documentary wedding photography by chris williams zoeica images

Enjoy. – Chris

May 1, 2012

Going to Paris as a photographer is mesmerizing and overwhelming at the same time. I had not been to Paris since I was little, and I was way too young to remember. Most of the photos were of me sleeping here and there in front a famous monument.

As a photographer what do you photograph if you have never held your camera up to this city before? I looked through “Yvon’s Paris” before going and realized pretty quickly there is nothing in Paris that has not been captured by some form of glass before. Yvon’s images set the standard and as a photographer we are pretty much intruding on his streets, his canals, his glimpses of Parisian life. Yet I made my attempt to capture Paris. Paris the way I saw it with just one camera (Leica M8) and one lens(35mm Summicron). Enjoy, – Chris

April 13, 2012

Had the chance while in Los Angeles for less than 48hrs to photograph aircraft taking off from LAX. My good friend and fellow photographer David Wittig knew a good spot. Even tried some night time photography as well. The first two images I’ll add some photo geekness to. They are with a Leica M9P and 135mm lens. Anyone who has tried or owned 135mm on a Leica knows it’s the hardest to focus with as the frame window is tiny, not to mention trying to photograph a fast moving object with it. Enjoy.

March 6, 2012

I’ve always been fascinated with flying,I’m rarely ever bored in an airplane.

– Chris