On Sunday afternoon, June 2, 2013, the Richmond Downtown held its annual Broad Appetit to celebrate the best of Richmond’s eateries and to raise money for FeedMore, the Central Va Foodbank, and Meals on Wheels. The event was an overwhelming success, with over 35,000 people coming down to Broad St to take in the sights, [...]
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I grabbed a few images while walking around near Harrison St, south of Broad, today. A couple came from the Pollack Building.
As noted elsewhere, I shoot and build panoramics using the GigaPan system (both equipment and software). Even though there are a lot of less expensive options (especially if you like do-it-yourself projects), I prefer being able to count on these tools to provide consistent results…particularly when a client is involved. One of my clients, the [...]
Bob Brown, Senior Photographer at the Richmond Times-Dispatch, was recognized Tuesday evening at a an RTD Public Square, commemorating his 45-year career with the paper. After a warm introduction by RTD Director of Photography James Wallace, the evening proceeded with a retrospective of his works, narrated by Bob and longtime cohorts Jeff Schapiro and Bill [...]
Even though Hanover County had enough snow to keep the kids out of school, by 8am all the roads were clear and passable. Looking at the sunlight through snow-laced trees with the blue sky made up for not seeing much snow on the ground.
Beau had his first track meet tonight and it was an experience for all of us. Welcome to the world of the indoor track season and the “polar bear meets”. It was probably in the low 40s by the time Beau’s event was called, nearly three hours after we got to the track. At least [...]
I finally got the GigaPan and the tripod issues worked out and took them up on the widows walk to see what I could do. This was more of a proof of concept shot than anything else, as I didn’t have time to manage every shot. The resulting image is a collection of 344 images [...]
We made our traditional sojourn out to the second ridge on Jockeys Ridge on a clear, blustery Saturday afternoon. I had hoped to shoot a pano with my GigaPan, but unfortunately experienced some equipment issues that forced me to shoot hand-held. As happy as I am with the result, I can’t help but imagine what [...]
VCU Baseball Coach Paul Keyes, Sr lost his battle with cancer today. Coach, mentor, friend, husband, father – there is no counting the lives he touched. It was a privilege to have known him and to have photographed over the past seven years.
It was good and bad timing. Nina’s Sebring died a couple of weeks ago and our friends Tom and Nancy were looking to unload a car. The only hitch was that I had to fly down to Ft Lauderdale to pick up it up. As I left the house at 4:15am, I decided to take [...]
For the first time in two years, Marna & Macy took the stage together, playing to a full yard at Short Pump Towne Center Thursday evening, July 12, 2012. If they missed a beat, no one noticed as they tore through a couple hours of classic rock and roll and some of their own works. [...]
Lexa & I headed out Sunday morning for a road trip down to St Augustine, FL, to visit my parents. We decided to take a couple days, enjoying some backroad scenery, rather than just bombing down I-95. Beau was already down in Florida with his Boy Scout troop, camping out at Fort Clinch for a [...]