Voyaging: Mackinaw City, MI—Crossroads in the State Made with Hands

Look at the palm of your right hand; that's Michigan, the lower peninsula. Follow your middle finger to the tip and that's where Mackinaw City is. Now, look at the palm of your left hand, that's Michigan's upper peninsula. Connect the tip of your left hand pinky finger with the tip of your right-hand middle…

Voyaging: Grand Marais, MI

At a first glance, you'd think you were in a small fishing village along the East Coast. White and grey seagulls hover close as fishing boats chug into port. Vessels of all types moored in Harbor. Waves from Lake Superior lapping or crashing—depending on the minute—onto shore. These are only some of the characteristics that…

How To: Street Photography of Houses

House photography can be extremely rewarding and fun. When I'm scrolling through the rabbit hole that is Instagram, I find myself stopping quite often at pictures that are the homes of others. Some are mid-century modern, others are of the extremely banal variety. Some have yards of trash and others are creepily neat. Over the…

Voyaging: An Unexpected Storm with Medium Format

They always start with an idea or a map. The destination idea for a photo excursion can come from anywhere, at any time and for any reason. On a recent day, one that I'd set aside for a photo adventure, I was in the process of figuring out where to drive to for making photos.…

Voyaging: Traveling on U.S. 131. Away from Home

The great American road trip. Epic excursions to places far-flung and unknown. Misty mountain peaks near spacious, swathes of majestic valleys. If money was no object, these would be spectacular places to travel and photograph. Money is most definitely an object though, and the places I find myself most often are close-flung. Here's the secret:…

Camera Review: Canonet QL17 Giii

The Diminutive, Inexpensive and Beautiful Wonder Camera Camera reviews seem like a dime a thousand these days on the web. So after this post I guess we could make it a thousand and one. The difference here though is that I'm going to shy away from too many technical specifics, since there are already so…