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Evening Grace - Panoramic
Evening Grace - Panoramic
My dad and I try to position ourselves at dynamic angles to our photograph's subject. In this photograph, look at the triangles that are created throughout the composition. By placing the jetties at a dynamic diagonal on the left side of the image, it creates a more powerful and three-dimensional look and feel. F7.1 at 1/20, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 20mm
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Kodachrome Dream - Panoramic
Kodachrome Dream - Panoramic
I feel like I am dreaming in Kodachrome as I look down at peak fall color from the summit at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. The Upper Carp River meanders through this section of the nearly 60,000-acre Michigan natural treasure. F32 at 0.3, ISO 100, 24-70mm lens at 52mm
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Birch Forest Melody - Panoramic
Birch Forest Melody - Panoramic
Emerging from the White Birch Forest in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore after searching for images of the birch trees and maple leaves in autumn color, I am about to put my camera equipment back in my trusty Suburban when I take in this view less than 50 yards away. It looks and feels like a melody of color, pattern, and texture. F8 at 1/60, ISO 100, 300mm lens at 300mm
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Magic Light - Panoramic
Magic Light - Panoramic
I have jumped out of my Suburban and sprinted up and over a dune to get my camera and tripod into position in time to sharply catch this "magic light" striking Marquette Harbor Lighthouse. After a long day photographing in overcast skies and rain, my perseverance has brought me the "luck" to be here to witness and record this autumn spectacle. How could it get better than this? F2.8 at 1/125, ISO 100, 80-200mm lens at 80mm
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The Big House - Panoramic
The Big House - Panoramic
The University of Michigan's football stadium is nicknamed "The Big House" because it is the largest stadium in the United States and the third largest in the world. The Big House can hold over 114,000 people. Someday I hope to see Michigan State play Michigan at the Big House. Of course, I will be wearing green and white to that game! F16 at 1/60, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 30mm
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Reflections of Mount Epworth - Panoramic
Reflections of Mount Epworth - Panoramic
Fall color can be so fun to photograph in the fog. The vibrant colors of the leaves are muted by the fog, but still help define the lines in a photograph. I made this photograph of Epworth while standing on the Lincoln River bridge. F22 at 1/6, ISO 100, 14mm lens at 14mm
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Flood Zone - Panoramic black and white
Flood Zone - Panoramic black and white
I filled my boots with ice-cold water several times this morning in order to capture this image. Every 10 minutes or so the beach would flood on the north side of the channel in South Haven. This surge was significantly deeper and more powerful than any of the others I experienced in the morning hours. Rest assured Mom, Debbie, and Betsy, I was not actually in any danger shooting this photo, it just appears that way. Remember, cameras do lie! F9 at 1/640, ISO 800, 18-50mm lens at 50mm
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Flood Zone - Panoramic
Flood Zone - Panoramic
I filled my boots with ice-cold water several times this morning in order to capture this image. Every 10 minutes or so the beach would flood on the north side of the channel in South Haven. This surge was significantly deeper and more powerful than any of the others I experienced in the morning hours. Rest assured Mom, Debbie, and Betsy, I was not actually in any danger shooting this photo, it just appears that way. Remember, cameras do lie! F9 at 1/640, ISO 800, 18-50mm lens at 50mm
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Man Against Lake Michigan - Panoramic black and white
Man Against Lake Michigan - Panoramic black and white
One of the concepts my dad and I teach in our 20/20 Vision Workshops is "little object in the big world." Today, Jon Debruyn of South Haven, Michigan looked pretty tiny as he kayaked out past the lighthouse in his hometown. To my surprise and that of hundreds of other spectators on the beach, Jon was able to hold his own against the giant 18-foot breaking walls of water on Lake Michigan. F8 at 1/1000, ISO 800, 70-200mm lens at 82mm
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Man Against Lake Michigan - Panoramic
Man Against Lake Michigan - Panoramic
One of the concepts my dad and I teach in our 20/20 Vision Workshops is "little object in the big world." Today, Jon Debruyn of South Haven, Michigan looked pretty tiny as he kayaked out past the lighthouse in his hometown. To my surprise and that of hundreds of other spectators on the beach, Jon was able to hold his own against the giant 18-foot breaking walls of water on Lake Michigan. F8 at 1/1000, ISO 800, 70-200mm lens at 82mm
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Joy Ride - Panoramic
Joy Ride - Panoramic
Jon Debruyn ventured out today onto Lake Michigan to battle the 18-foot waves that were smashing into his hometown of South Haven, Michigan. For almost an hour I photographed Jon as he navigated like a professional through the breaking surf. He rolled several times, but it never seemed to faze him. I was impressed to say the least. F8 at 1/1000, ISO 800, 70-200mm lens at 200mm
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Sea Saw - Panoramic
Sea Saw - Panoramic
As I was composing this photograph I noticed that the repetitive patterns created by this seawall in Monroe, Michigan looked like the teeth of a saw. It was at that moment that I decided I should name this photograph "Sea Saw." F22 at 3 seconds, ISO 100, 70-200mm lens at 105mm
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Waters of Wyandotte
Waters of Wyandotte
The 630-foot Calumet is being guided through the narrow waters of the Detroit River near Wyandotte, Michigan by two small tugs. The tug pulling from the bow is the Idaho and is just out of view in the photograph. The twin tug Wyoming is assisting the Calumet from the stern. F11 at 1/800, ISO 800, 70-200mm lens at 70mm
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Port Huron Passage - Panoramic
Port Huron Passage - Panoramic
Did you know that the beautiful city of Port Huron, Michigan is the maritime capital of the Great Lakes? With seven miles of shoreline along the St. Clair River, hundreds of large transport ships pass by Port Huron every year. In this photograph the Algoma Transport is underway heading south as the Vega Desgagnes is docked at the Dow Chemical plant in Sarnia, Canada. F7.1 at 1/40, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 27mm
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Intense Light - Panoramic
Intense Light - Panoramic
For a truly dramatic photo of a Lake Michigan sunset, try using a large telephoto lens. With a very narrow view of the Earth, a large telephoto lens will intensify the color and drama in any sunset. The foreground in this photograph is a small dune at Stearns Park between the breakwall and the playground. F4 at 1/4000, ISO 100, 600mm lens at 600mm
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A Glowing Morning in Pentwater - Panoramic
A Glowing Morning in Pentwater - Panoramic
Pentwater has to be one of the most picturesque villages in Michigan. With a long exposure this morning, I photographed Pentwater coming to life on a cold December morning. F5.6 at 30 seconds, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 27mm
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Turquoise Morning - Panoramic
Turquoise Morning - Panoramic
The sunrise in the east was casting a turquoise light to the west over Lake Michigan this morning. Luckily, I was ready with my camera and found a strong foreground of dune grass to build my photograph. F4.5 at 1/80, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 18mm
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Prancer - Panoramic
Prancer - Panoramic
One of Santa's reindeer appears to be on the loose this morning along Hawley Road south of Ludington. I captured this moment as she flew through the snow during a short-lived blizzard that hit Mason County. F2.8 at 1/320, ISO 800, 300mm lens at 300mm
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Snowy Oak - Panoramic
Snowy Oak - Panoramic
I believe that if John B. Sobanski were alive today he would be proud to see how well his homestead at the end of Victory Corners Road has been maintained by his descendents. Nestled along the Pere Marquette River, this has to be one of the most beautiful farms in Mason County. This monster oak tree looks beautiful all year long, but I think it looks best covered in snow. F22 at 1/15, ISO 100, 14mm lens at 14mm
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Lake Michigan Mirage - Panoramic
Lake Michigan Mirage - Panoramic
My hat's off to all of the Great Lakes sailors who have to work on Christmas Day and many other holidays. The shipping business on the Great Lakes rarely stops and they all help keep America's economy going day in and day out. Michigan is a better state because of these floating beauties and they make me proud to be a Michigander. F4 at 1/400, ISO 1600, 600mm lens at 600mm
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