PANORAMA

Red Mountain Vineyards | Washington State Appellation

Red Mountain Vineyards | Washington State Appellation

Share I had an editorial assignment over in the Yakima Valley last summer so while I was close by, I decided to stop off to make some panoramas of one of my favorite sources of red wine, the Red Mountain Appellation. It is early in the growing season but the vines look very promising this […]

Twin Water Towers

Twin Water Towers

Share I have been driving by these water towers for the past few years and they always remind me of Bernd and Hilla Bechers who own the topic. The Bechers first collaborated on photographing and documenting the disappearing German industrial architecture in 1959. They were fascinated by the similar shapes in which certain buildings were […]

Wedding Panorama Photography at The Ruins

Wedding Panorama Photography at The Ruins

Share This panaramic large group wedding portrait shows everyone at Sheryl and Andy’s wedding in July, which was held at the wonderful The Ruins, one of the best kept wedding secret venues in Seattle. It looks plain and industrial on the outside but extravagant and opulent on the inside. All of the family and guest […]


Panoramic Group Portrait | Seattle Pro Musica Choir

Share I photographed the Seattle Pro Musica Choir for a promotion photograph using my Fuji GX 617 panoramic camera and finished processing the first picture from the shoot. We had a beautiful Seattle fall day on the shore of Lake Washington. Photograph by Seattle Photographer and photojournalist Daniel Sheehan an editorial photographer who specializes in […]

Forest For The Trees

Share Trees : Koliba, Bratislava, Slovakia 2004 I have been scanning and printing some large scale panorama landscape photographs for the past few days, It is really good to see how they look printed large. I am making them 5 and 6 feet in length. They were shot on film but have more detail than […]

Prague Snowfall | Hradcany Castle Orchard

Prague Snowfall | Hradcany Castle Orchard

Share We were having a wonderful warm winter up until a week or so with temperatures in the 50’s and 60’s F due to El Nino. Now winter has returned and although it is not as cold and snowy as last year, it is still not what I would like to have going on out […]