B&W Category

Posted on 13 Dec 2010 In: B&W, Tychs, Worcester

New Editing Technique

I started watching a new podcast that shows different tutorials every week and I’ve already learned so much. PhotoshopUserTV is really awesome. This is one of the techniques I learned to do and I think the outcomes look really cool. I think these images would work very well as photo album covers such as a […]

Posted on 16 Oct 2010 In: B&W, Boston

Senior Photos

Laura asked me if I would do her senior photos a little while back and these are the ones that I edited for Laura and Rebecca. The credit for the composition and poses goes Liz as she took the pictures and then I later did the editing. I like how they came out hopefully Laura […]

Posted on 29 Jul 2010 In: B&W, Venice

St. Mark’s Square B&W

One of the biggest attractions when visiting Venice is St. Mark’s Cathedral nestled inside of the square. The full body of St. Mark, as in the Gospel writer Mark, are buried here so it is a very prominent pilgrimage site in the Catholic community. The church is amazing but that’s not what this post is […]

Posted on 27 Jul 2010 In: B&W, Boston


This is another one of the long exposure shots I took over Storrow Drive in Boston. My original plan was to have a two tone dark sepia tone and then make the red of the tail lights show in red to give them more pop but then when I finished it, I didn’t like how […]

Posted on 15 May 2010 In: B&W, HDR, Venice

Canal Boat

As you walk around Venice, you can’t help but notice that vast number of boats you see. They are all shapes and size, but the one thing that a lot of the boats have is this awesome bright blue somewhere. I saw a similar picture in a postcard so I wanted to recreate it. I […]

Posted on 8 May 2010 In: B&W, HDR, Venice

Water Highway

One of the first things we encountered after getting out of the airport was the shuttle to Venice and the water highway.  Anything you find with cars in a normal city, they have with boats in Venice. The highway was a two lane strip outlined by these pillars. Boats would pass each other and go […]

Posted on 16 Apr 2010 In: B&W, Worcester


I knew ever since I started taking pictures that I loved macro photography….eventually I bought my first macro lens, the Sigma 50mm F2.8. The photo above is one of the photos from that macro lens. It has been hard to utilize it in the winter so the photos have been from inside, but now that […]

Posted on 2 Apr 2010 In: B&W, Lynchburg

Steve and Priscilla

Steve and Priscilla had their reception in the fellowship hall at Liberty University. You would think it would be easy to find with the town build around the college. Turns out there are rules that all residents know but Liz and I weren’t aware of. Apparently one of those rules is that if you see a train […]