I have been to the Marin Headlands a number of times, but last Saturday was the first time I found the conditions prime for a wide angle landscape.
Long exposure photography on a foggy morning at the Marin Headlands. It is finally raining in the Central Valley of California!
There are some cliffs at the Rodeo Beach in Marin County from where I like to make abstract photographs of the ocean. The short movie below, taken with my Motorola cell phone, was made from one of those cliffs a few minutes before I took the sequence of images above. I think the movie worksContinue reading “The Movement of the Waves”
Intentional camera movement (ICM) is a photographic technique where you move the camera when you are pressing the shutter.
I don’t know if wave splashes in long exposure have any artistic value, but they are sure fun to obtain. They are also impossible to replicate. Taking a long exposure photograph is looking at the scene in whole different away. It is magical, it slows up the time for your eye to see. A fewContinue reading “Splash”
Sometimes a photograph becomes so abstract that it is no longer a representation of reality.
Many contemporary landscape photographers try to balance the natural beauty of the land with the imprint of humans in a movement loosely known as “contemporary landscape”.
I have been to the Marin Headlands a number of times, but last Saturday was the first time I saw the face of the Mermaid.
Developing my photographs in black and white helps to free my mind, and the viewers’, from the original scene, or from what an equivalent scene is supposed to look like
I like the freedom from reality that black and white gives me. In color, there is often the expectation that a scene has some resemblance with reality, and when it does not, it looks strange. In black and white, by contrast, there is no such expectation because there is no real world in black and white to use as a reference.