I captured this sick pic in a cemetery. The gray scale image really brought the intensity of every aspect of the photo.
This seems like an average photo until you look at the reflections. I love taking shots off of glass and mirrors.
I took this one hitting the subway system in NYC. My eye was drawn to the contrast of the florescent lights and dark subway tunnel.
I snapped this one in central park on a perfect sunny day. I actually didn’t have my camera available and took this with my phone. The color in this one is unreal.
This is a great photo a took of my dog and best friend Sam Adams. This one definitely deserves a frame.
I took this shot in my home town in Maryland. I grew up in this alley, we played sports and got in trouble from sun up to sun down.
Changing up the angles of your shots and zooming in to change the perspective can turn a cinder block into a pretty cool design. I framed this one and put it in the hall of my home.
I took this photo in the country in Western Maryland. The contrast between the wood shed and the dry grass is pretty sick.
This photo is over a manhole cover covered in mud, grass and rocks. I love how gray scale images can make an ordinary photo come to life.
I took this picture at an old broken down industrial warehouse and entered it into a contest for Print Magazine. I didn’t win anything, but I still think the photo is pretty sweet.