This page is where I’m going to compile my favorite pictures and allow you (the inter-tubez userz) view my work. Please don’t use my pictures without my permission (in regards to copyright laws; ie: don’t pass my work off as your own. Also, its kind of a D-Bag move. However, I’m happy to grant permission if you ask for it). So, if you wanna use these images as screen savers or something, thats cool. But if you’re looking to get a print of them, letting me know before hand would be nice. If you post any of these to your website, remember to link back to me. But seriously, if you would like to get a copy of one of my pics in HD, just go visit the about me page and shoot me an email. Party on!
My [Working] Portfolio
Downtown Houston shot from Sabine Street Bridge
Snow in April!
Watering the Fields in Montana
Boulder Sunrise in Colorado
The Colorado State Capital.
Grove of Aspens.
Beautiful Creek in Montana
Abandoned House (HDR).
Downtown Houston after Church
Old HDR pic of our cabin in Montana
Kyle didn’t actually do this on purpose…
Leaving. (Nikon 18-55mm, 18mm, 1/25, F/3.5, ISO 800 on D5000)
Bar and Grill on 18th.
Just having a great time. (Nikon 18-55mm, 22mm, 1/6, F/3.8, ISO 640 on D5000)
@ The Library (Nikkor 50mm, 1/200, f/1.8, ISO 400 on D5000)
Blake and Sara’s Wedding Location. (Nikkor 18-55mm, 18mm, (+1, 0 -1)ev, ISO 400 in D5000)
Sunset over Lake Minnetonka
Abandoned Neighbors Shed.
Arches National Park
Ahmed and Anand of Yeasayer. (Sigma 70-200mm, 70mm, 1/50, F/2.8, ISO 800 on D5000)
Sunrise at the pier
Slackline Back Flip.
Kickflip to Melon in Venice Beach
Downtown Houston HDR shot from Sabine Street Bridge
HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photo of Downtown Houston
The Mountains behind Mt. Zion. (Sigma 70-200mm, 70mm, 1/160, F/14, ISO 400 on D5000)
The Hermosa Beach Pier
A Boulder Sunrise.
Tree by the Bayou
Neato Tree, Huh?
Jay checking his camera settings.
Entrance to Memorial Park in Houston
Long Exposure of Downtown Houston
More from Arches
Crested Butte Resort lit up
The Indian Gulch Fire
Dude these pictures are awesome!
Fantastic work Chad!
And to think it all started with my old camera up here at Cooper Lake! Great creative pictures Chad.