Category Archives: Cape Elizabeth

Here’s a photo shoot from last November.  These two little guys were so impeccably dressed.  So cute.  Here’s a couple from the session.

It was a pleasure to be apart of your lives and to capture a moment in time.  Welcome 2014 and thank you all for a wonderful year.  The best is yet to come!!

To health, happiness, peace and love!


It’s been way too long since I last updated my blog so to give it a real good kick start I thought I would present you with this lovely family.  We met early at Fort Williams park in Cape Elizabeth with coffee’s in hand.  8 am seems so early but was well worth it to get his little smile going.  Here’s a couple of my favorites from the session!

My Sigma 50mm 1.4 has been kicking around my camera bag for the last 4 years.  They call it a nifty fifty and this was a nice one too.  But it always bothered me that the auto-focus would hunt around and never seem to lock on just right like my Nikkors did.  The manual focus ring was also stiff and unfriendly, so over the years I tossed it aside and it sat in my bag waiting for those dark churches that were infrequent at best.  I figured that this was what you got for getting a Sigma even if it was just shy of $500!  But it is a 1.4 and a lovely and huge piece of glass.  I’m also a bokeh junky so on it went and off with the zooms.  Tonight was one of those evenings where on it went and to my surprise I love everything it gathered.  P.S. – if you have this lens try setting your auto-focus to “long” as this seemed to help with the hunting, jittery auto-focus.  Cheers!

Below are some images from a DX sensor.  Cropped making the 50mm equivalent to about 85mm.

You never know what your going to get in April.  There could be a foot of snow or perfect sun.  We were lucky indeed!  Mike and Britney were kind enough to take a venture up to Cape Elizabeth for there photo shoot and I was more than happy to show them our most lovely spots.  So here we are at Kettle Cove doing my favorite photo loop hitting all the spots, avoiding all the mud and ending up on a lovely low tide.  Then we were off to the farm for a different flavor of shots.  I got awesome proofs from this shoot.  Nice!