Most people know me for my black and white landscape photography, but I've always shot color along the way too. Back in the day I shot a lot of 4x5, 120, and 35mm transparency film, and these days it is digital for my color work.
With my color landscape photography, I am still trying to go for the dream-like, mysterious look that I have in some of my B&W photograph—especially the wet plate collodion work. To get this look and feel I often spend hours in Photoshop working on an image until it fits the vision I had in my mind when I first shot the image.
I've added a new gallery of this work to my site and plan to offer prints in 2017.