Sloping Perspective

While visiting the Grand Marais area in the U.P., I’d tried to get some shots around the “Log Slide” area (where they used to get cut trees to the boats.) I wasn’t very successful… it was a bit overcast, and I hadn’t been there before, so wasn’t sure what to try. I almost decided to […]

Sunset Point

I’ve probably taken more photos of sunsets from Marquette’s Presque Isle than anywhere else. It’s an awesome place to hang out, though it seems like it’s been getting more crowded as the years go by… Marquette is getting too well known. I read somewhere a while ago that landscape photos without people in them are […]

Not Quite Lost

“Street” photography makes me uncomfortable because I don’t like to impose on people or invade their space. So when I do take pictures with people in them, I tend to be sneaky about it. (Which is today’s day and age is probably a recipe for disaster.) I did actually make some business cards so that […]

Driftwood Sky

I was tempted to photoshop some cooler waves into this… Lake Superior often messes with me. When I’m not there, I see photos posted on Facebook where the waves are several feet high, but as soon as I roll into town she calms right down. When you’re only in town for a few days, it’s […]

Making Sand

This is the last one I’m posting from my recent trip to the U.P. where I spent the first evening playing with long exposure shots. This one is actually a bit too over-exposed (so the waves are whiter than I’d like) but I still thought it turned out alright.  Download: Making_Sand-Asgard_Photography-IMG_1960.jpg Camera Settings F-stop: f/22 […]

Birch Twins

I probably would have liked this shot better further into summer with some green… but then without that you can see more sky, too. In either case, I really wish this was the view from my back yard! This was across the highway from the Seacoast Resort on 28 near Au Train. Download: Birch_Twins-Asgard_Photography-IMG_2169.jpg Camera […]