This time-lapse photograph series was taken on May 10th, 2010, between 12am and 1:45am, just outside Charlottesville, Virginia. Over 80 individual exposures, each lasting 30 seconds, were later assembled in Adobe Photoshop to reveal the star trails and movement of the night sky.
The light against the horizon is minor "light polution" from the city of Charlottesville, and just out of view in the upper left corner of this photo is the North Star.
This landscape photograph was taken just outside Boulder, Colorado, featuring selective color digital editing and High Dynamic Range (HDR) techniques. This photo was taken late on a September afternoon facing west towards the Rocky Mountains with the sun behind the clouds.
This photo was taken on a secluded, well-weathered beach in Ireland, with typical Irish cloud cover and intermittent rain, during the spring of 2009. Multiple exposures allowed High Dynamic Range (HDR) post-processing of this image.