A wide-angle lens allowed me to capture the Commodore of the Larchmont Yacht Club in the club’s trophy room. (I later found out his wife fell in love with him all over again after she saw this picture.).
This portrait was taken for an article on amateur chefs. It was taken in the subjects farmhouse kitchen and captures the essence of the place, not to mention the subject.
This cover photograph taken for Yachting magazine had to work in ‘newsstand mode’…
By shooting upwards with a Polarized wide-angle lens I was able to compose a strong, dynamic composition of what in reality is a long horizontal subject. the vertical frame
Capturing a strong graphic image of an appropriately named ‘Cigarette’ speedboat for a square-format magazine cover sometimes requires a Bell Jet Ranger and a good pilot.