I like to experiment with different camera techniques and tricks, like taking a photo of the moon with a flash to trick a point-and-shoot into the right shutter speed. It doesn't always work, but it helps me learn more about how cameras work.
I thought I'd also include some accomplishments on this page as well. I get a proud fuzzy feeling every time my stuff is featured in other places - or even published!
- A secret 'night vision' mode in the iPhone's new software has stargazers very excited featured on Business Insider
- What's Up - January 2016 featured photo in NASA JPL Video
- 18 stunning supermoon eclipse photos from around the world featured photo on Tech Insider
- How to capture stunning photos of tonight's meteor shower on your iPhone featured on Tech Insider
- Get set for an Easter weekend total lunar eclipse featured photo on Sen.com
- How to Take Great Photographs of the October 23rd Partial Solar Eclipse and More featured photo on UniverseToday.com
- Science Friday: Catching a Glimpse of an Eclipse interviewed on NPR
- Close Encounter of Jupiter and Moon Wows Stargazers featured photo on Space.com
- How To Take Night Sky Photos With The iPhone guest post on iPhonePhotographySchool.com
- Camelopardalid Meteor Shower Photos: 'Shooting Stars' from Comet 209P/LINEAR (Gallery)
- The Battery Park City Broadsheet featured photo