I was shooting a time-lapse video of the Rex Theatre on November 12, 2016 when I noticed how nice the reflection of the Rex looked in the Visitor's Center window. After I had finished the time-lapse shots, I quickly grabbed this photo.
A photo of Chapters Book Store that I captured while walking around in the snow storm in the early morning hours of January 22, 2016. I had woken up early to try and get some photos of town in the snow before too much traffic came through. It was cold and peaceful and a wonderful time.
This is a composite panoramic of about 20 photographs taken on November 6, 2015. Each photograph is a 30 second exposure on a remarkably warm night in November. I loved the way the Rex Theater was lit up and you can actually see my wife Michele and our 6 month old son strolling in front of Chapters Bookstore.
This is a composite of 88 photographs. The images were taken 7 seconds apart and then stacked in Photoshop to create the surreal effect.
One of my favorite astrophotography works that I’ve done, this photo is actually a two photo panoramic composite. It is taken from Vine St. in Galax looking back towards the Pipers Gap area. Aside from the fog lying beyond the trees, it also contains two prominent astronomy icons. The Andromeda Galaxy in the upper center and The Pleiades just above the trees.
This photo was taken on November 14, 2015 at the Judge Matthews house. It was a very cold night, but it made for brighter stars. I particularly liked the old tree in front of the house in this photo. There was just enough traffic on 58 to illuminate the house.