Harvard

  This is a ground to air shot where all the elements worked together; great sky and colors. It’s fun and challenging to photograph flying aircraft that convey movement.  I use shutter priority mode to control the shutter speed so the propeller is blurred and not stopped, along with panning as the aircraft passes by to get a sharp image. Image captured with a Nikon D5 Nikkor 80-400f4.5-5.6...

Spitfire

  Had the pleasure of visiting the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot, North Dakota which also houses the Texas Flying Legends Air Musuem aircraft in the spring. This Supekrmarine Spitfire Mk IX is part of the Texas Flying Legends fleet.  You can learn more about the Texas Flying Legends Air Museum and their aircraft at www.texasflyinglegends.org Nikon D5,...

Landscapes

  Driving along the back roads of Nebraska yields never ending landscape possibilities.  The color version of this this image did reach out and grab me but knowing the possibilities of finishing it in b&w made it a worthwhile stop. Nikon D5,...

Nebraska Plains

  Finding a windmill was relatively easy but finding on that was accessible and one that had a clean background was somewhat of a challenge. Nikon D5,...

First Light

  The activity on the lek starts before sunrise so to the ISO gets bumped up in an effort to catch some of the early morning action. At times like the, I’m simply amazed at how well the camera works in very low light situations. Nikon D5, Nikkor 600f4 VR with a Nikon TC-14E III...

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