Mountain Fog

I’ve always been interested in photography as far back as high school when I taught myself how to use manual settings for aperture, shutter speed, etcetera– there was something special about creating with film cameras before digital became mainstream; shooting one frame at a time and then developing the film and processing the images in the darkroom.

Shooting professional photos is an art form that takes time, effort, patience, creativity – and most importantly – skill.

Different types of photography require a variety in the equipment you use and it’s exciting to switch up the camera and lens type to create the image I want.  

I shoot with three different cameras. Nikon D500, Nikon D300, and a Smartphone. 

My favorite lenses are telephoto 200-500mm for nature shots or anything too far away, wide angle lens 10-20mm for interior photography (useful in HDR), 35mm or my 18-200mm is my go to for street photography. When capturing every detail I use a Micro 85mm. 

Photography - Marbles by Gary Crossey

Capturing the world one image at a time.

My Photography Journal

It would be great if I were to get into the habit of posting more photography. The truth is, I shoot so often… on mostly a tight deadline. That I rarely find that extra time to sort though and pull out those unquie photos that I capture day-to-day.

Living on a farm (in the middle of rural smokey mountains) we get foggy mountain morning. There are my pet Rooster photos (he is my boy), flowers, food, and a little bit of everything else.

Adobe Beta Tester

Adobe Beta Tester

There are so many options for one photo. As long as you follow a few simple rules. My Beta Results for new Adobe Photoshop Camera. Photoshop Camera wants to identity the background (especially the sky). For the best results the background needs to be well defined,...

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Product Photography

Landscape Photography

Conceptual Photography

Photography by Gary Crossey

Street Photography