This past weekend we noticed that the late night fog rolled in with a vengeance. It was the perfect opportunity to capture some long exposure images we had been thinking about!
In keeping with the “old Hollywood” theme of the “Lament” series, we decided to give a few of the images an old image look. What do you think?
As you may be aware, we’re continuing to work hard on our Underwater Sombrero project and we’re excited to report that we’ve finally put together a complete rig to replace the much older failed system we started the project with.
Since our upcoming October expedition will be our biggest and most extensive yet, we decided that some practice with the newly acquired gear was in order. That in mind, we set up a pool session yesterday with the lovely Kenzie to do just that. Here’s the results:
Here are some favorites from our collection of wedding images. These are the images in the slide show on our Wedding Services page.
These are select images from our expedition to Sombrero Key, FL for our Underwater Sombrero book publishing project!
Sombrero Key Florida, about 5 miles south of Vaca Key and the City of Marathon is home to an extensive array of spur and groove coral formations which extend seaward from the Key’s lighthouse. These are some of the most beautiful coral formations in the keys. Enjoy our gallery of images from our 2009 expedition here!