Amboseli National Park in Kenya was my first ever safari experience, back in November 2006. Weyn, a fellow volunteer, was planning a solo visit to Amboseli before heading home and when I got a call over breakfast letting me know … Continue reading →
In honor of these first few FREEZING days of spring, here’s one more of the snowy lighthouse in Charlevoix. The rest of the collection can be viewed here. Do you like my photos? Want to see more? Please help me … Continue reading →
This week I’m in Iceland, marveling at the Northern Lights! I’ve seen shadows of the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis for you scientific folk, during my summers at Clearwater Camp but I’ve always wanted to see them full on. I look … Continue reading →
A few more of the Charlevoix Lighthouse from my trip last week. Ice is insane, so many patterns! I love nature. Do you like my travel photos? Want to see more? Then please help me make my dreams come true … Continue reading →
While in Charlevoix I ventured over the Depot Beach a couple of times. Like everything else, it was covered in snow but this evening brought blue sky and ideal light to capture frozen Lake Charlevoix and the beach in hibernation.
I have received a couple messages recently asking where images from 2012 family portraits are. I actually split this blog into two a few months back and have been posting client images to the new J. Winter Photography Photoblog. That being … Continue reading →
Garfield Park Conservatory is one of my favorite spots in the city for portrait sessions but, unfortunately, a hail storm several months ago did some major damage to the glass panes in a couple of the rooms. I’m thrilled that … Continue reading →
There are many features on my new Nikon D800 camera that impress me, but the reduced noise at a high ISO is simply amazing! The below shots (of my favorite test subjects, obviously) were all shot in a dark room … Continue reading →