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I’ve been on the sideline photographing FC Buffalo since the inaugural season in 2010 and as we get closer to opening day on May 13th, I’ve decided to open up the archive and share some of the images I’ve made in the last two years.
As I was exploring Lake Erie’s coastline in the summer of 2008 I came up on a boat launch that was steaming with what had to be 500+ birds flying around. I was on one of my photo drives that I like to take when I have time and had all my photography gear with [...]
September 2010, Tift Nature Preserve, Buffalo New York.
Not a cereal, just an abandoned grain mill along Lake Erie in Buffalo. I processed this in Aperture with a Preset that I will be posting for download tomorrow (so look out for that). The image was originally very flat, so I thought I would grade it to accentuate the feeling of amber/grain and amplify [...]
While wandering around Buffalo’s east side I cam across an old Buffalo police precinct that was no longer being used, at least on a consistent basis. As I’ve mentioned, ’till I’m blue in the face it seems, I’m absolutely fascinated by the story behind the photo’s I take. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to dig [...]
Quite frankly, I wasn’t born in 1962, and this lighthouse sitting along Lake Ontario on the seaway trail was built in the 1800′s. I only mention 1962 because when I processed this HDR the end result reminded me of old Kodachrome or Fujichrome film from the 60′s. Yes, despite what you see on other websites [...]
I took this on my way back from Zoar Valley near Evangola in the late Spring 2009. I was pretty frustrated that day because nature in general was still budding at this point and not in full bloom. Thus, my hour long drive on the seaway trail specifically for a hike in Zoar Valley was [...]
I was the group leader for the Buffalo group in the 1st annual Scott Kelby photowalk in 2007. Earlier in the summer I had done a photo shoot that had basically paid all my bills for 4 months. I was still finishing my BFA at the time and hadn’t found a summer job yet so [...]