Close up of the Portland head Light about 30 minutes before sunrise. Post-processed with sepia tones.
Arrived early hoping for a sunset shot but the clouds were too thick over head. This is a five-shot panorama view of the lighthouse:
Foggy and misty morning at Pemaquid Lighthouse in Maine. No sunrise ever occurred but the twilight blue with the lighthouse beaming looked moody:
Four image, long exposure panorama of the Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, ME. Cloudy weather ruined the sunrise but set up a moody shot:
This is a 99 second exposure of the George Washington Bridge. Taken just before sunrise from a park in Fort Lee, NJ.
Another panorama attempt of the Manhattan skyline. Three horizontal, long exposure images taken from the Manhattan Bridge during sunset.
Panorama attempt of the Manhattan skyline taken from the Manhattan Bridge. Three horizontal, long exposure images stitched together.
Caught a brilliant sunset behind the Verrazano Narrows Bridge in New York. Taken from the Brooklyn side in a park long side the Belt Parkway.
Clouds disappeared as we arrived for a NYC night shot with the moon. But with the way the city lights sparkled in the clear night, it reminded me of an image of the Milky Way.
Early morning rain clouds allowed the sun to peek through at dawn. Just in time to light up the clouds behind Manhattan with a nice glow.
Long exposure image of the September 11th Tribute in Lights in Manhattan. Image was taken from up on the Manhattan Bridge. Was a great view from up there and plenty of photographers showed up that night.
Used a 10-stop filter during sunset to grab this long exposure image of downtown Manhattan. Process with sepia tones.
Long exposure image of downtown Manhattan taken from across the river near the Brooklyn piers. Can see the twilight sky behind the clouds.
Woke up early for an attempt at a sunrise shot before open hockey at the Union Sports Arena. Weather didn’t cooperate and failed to give me the clouds I wanted. But it was eerily calm that morning and it set up a nice reflection on the Hudson for a long exposure:
Another long exposure image of the Beavertail Lighthouse taken just after sunrise at the Beavertail State park in Rhode Island. Used a 10-stop neutral density filter to help achieve this 60 sec exposure.
This is a low angle view of the Beavertail Lighthouse taken just before sunrise at Beavertail State park in Rhode Island. Used a mini-tripod and a 10-stop neutral density filter to help achieve the low angle and the 158 second exposure.
This is a two minute exposure of the Castle Hill Lighthouse at sunset. Used a 10-stop neutral density filter and blended two exposures to achieve this effect. The lighthouse is located behind the Castle Hill Inn in Rhode island.
This is another sepia-toned version of the Castle Hill Lighthouse. It’s a long exposure image taken at dusk, and I left the beacon at it’s natural red color.
Took a one-night road trip to Rhode Island to try and attempt some sunset/sunrise images of two lighthouses there. The weather ended up providing us with some decent clouds. This is the Castle Hill Lighthouse located behind the Castle Hill Inn in Rhode Island. The image is a long exposure processed in sepia tones.
On the way out of Brooklyn, the thunderstorm overhead was starting to lighten up. So we stopped at Fort Wadsworth in Staten Island to try and capture a nice view of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge.