Yesterday, I received a neutral density filter that I ordered earlier in the week. I went for a walk along the Platte river with my dog, Kahlo to get this shot. I scouted this spot on a walk with my partner Remy last weekend and I knew it would be the perfect place to try out this new filter. A neutral density filter just filters out a certain percentage of light passing through the lens. This allows me to either reduce my depth of field in bright situations by opening up the lens or, as in this case, leave my shutter open for longer periods of time in brighter situations. This is a 3 second exposure at f-stop 29. I love the smooth feeling of the water going over the rocks.
I am a fine art photographer in Denver, Colorado. My work runs the gamut from high-end fashion to the deconstruction of masculinity. My curiosity and appreciation for the many different methods art is created and perceived has led to a diverse expression. I find myself drawn to a multitude of different themes, mediums and how they all relate and object to each other. My work stems from a belief that art is in everything.