Through the years there has been
several different Canon cameras used.
From a Canon PowerShot SX1 IS
to a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV,
with a large range in-between.
When not shooting with a camera, or taking pictures of himself, David creates digital illustrations using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. He also custom designs logos and websites.
I am not sure what he's pointing at, but the autumn colors of the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area, taken from the Vista House, were breathtaking.
After a moderate, close to three miles, hike to the top of Oregon's Tom Dick and Harry Mountain there's a fantastic view of Mirror Lake and Mount Hood. This was one of those days where the weather and the view was well worth the trip.
Location and setup is important. David generally sets up three cameras, on tripods, and manually changes settings and focus for each individual composition or for his time-lapse photography images. The photo opportunities of Central, Hong Kong on Hong Kong Island is no exception.
On a trip to Larch Mountain in the Mount Hood National Forest David set up a camera on top of the peak at Sherrard Point. This was the start of a series of pictures for a time-lapse of the sun setting. That view included Portland, Oregon and the Columbia River where the I-205 bridge was also in the shots.
On a recent trip to Singapore, David was able to also visit Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. This, of course, included the Petronas Twin Towers and this view of the Kuala Lumpur Tower from Merdeka Square, with the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in the foreground.
Contact David at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To order prints, please call David Gn at: 503-449-4406.