Posts Tagged 'sky'

March 30, 2015

Deciding not to abide by the “rule of thirds”.

Final Approach, Washington National Airport (DCA)

Enjoy.  –  Chris

final approach washington dc

August 26, 2014

Thanks to ExposedDC and Knowledge Commons DC I will be teaching

a photography class at Gravelly Point next to Reagan Airport in D.C. on Sept 2nd & Sept 6th, times for both dates are 6:30-8:30pm.

Information for both classes are here at Knowledge Commons DC . Both classes are free, register today!

aircraft photography washington dc

April 21, 2014

“No stop signs
Speed limit
Nobody’s gonna slow me down
Like a wheel
Gonna spin it
Nobody’s gonna mess me around”

– AD/DC

Coming back to an image created a few years ago.

Enjoy.  – Chris

southern california 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

March 21, 2013

You never have to stray far to create. It can be right in your backyard.

Enjoy. – Chris

captiol hill washington dc photography