This is my personal front-end for my Flickr gallery. If you're just here to look at pictures, you're better off going here rather than directly to Flickr. You can look at my photos that are popular on Flickr, or even a map with the locations of my photographs. Have fun exploring, and feel free to leave comments!
I upload a majority of my photos to Flickr, a variety of which you'll see on the sidebar on the left of most pages of this site. I like how well-integrated Flickr is with the devices and software I use. Their excellent geo-tagging features make the service worth using. Same pictures as the above option, just on Flickr's site instead of mine.
Photographic How-To Guides
A year or so back I created a guide for creating infrared photographs. It turned into one of the most popular pages on the site, so I decided to create a section dedicated to creating other guides. I've updated the original infrared guide for inclusion here, and plan on adding a few more guides at a later time.
Infrared Photography - A guide to creating interesting and unusual near-infrared images using a standard digital camera (in this case the Canon S2 IS), a Hoya R72 Infrared Filter, and Photoshop
I currently sell a number of images through online micro-stock galleries. I was surprised how well I did with just a few images. I haven't been able to spend much time creating stock recently, but these galleries could provide a decent secondary income when I get back into it. I'm a member at Shutterstock, iStockPhoto, Dreamstime, and BigStockPhoto. Take a look at the link above to check out my images for sale.
There are a few sites that I know of utilizing my images. Buyers are not required to inform me of their usage, so their is probably a ton of them floating around other sites. These are just the ones I know about.
- Thomas Branigan Memorial Library
- LiquidSix Hosting
- Church of the Harvest
- Department of Adult and Community Education in Kildare, Ireland
This will be going away soon, but it's been around so long and has so many page views and links directed to it I'm hesitant to drop it completely. My photos have all been transitioned to Flickr, so there's no real reason to visit unless you found your way there through a search engine.