Photos from the 2019 Detroit Auto Show
Year in Review: 10 Photos of 2018
Well, that’s a wrap. 2018 was a fun-filled year, but I also took fewer pictures this year than in other years I have been into photography, since work and graduate school kept me pretty busy. This year, I tried something new by doing a weekly black-and-white photo project on Instagram to test my creativity. It […]
Year in Review: 10 Photos of 2017
I have been into photography for four years now. While due to having a full-time job and being in graduate school, I was limited in time to devote to photography this year but still managed to get some gigs and go on some vacations, like to Tennessee and Kentucky, Yosemite and San Diego. Here are […]
Photos from Spring 2017
Year in Review: 10 Photos of 2016
This year marks the third full year I have been into photography. While a filmed a few weddings and took event photos at work, this year I focused for the most part on my favorite genres of photography: architecture and nature. In selecting these images, I attempted to go for a slow, reflective mood, as […]
Photos of the Anaheim Regional Intermodal Transportation Center taken over a few different days in August-October 2016. Photos by Tim Worden.
Dusk at Cal State Fullerton
With spring – and more daylight hours – coming, I decided to go out and take some pictures after work last week to get back in the photography groove. Photos in this photo set taken with a Panasonic GH4 camera with a Panasonic 14mm 2.5 lens and a Nikon 50mm 1.8 lens. By Tim Worden. Copyright […]
Reflecting on 2015, from filming weddings to photographing landscapes and architecture.
Photos: Labor Day in DTLA
Exploring Downtown Los Angeles by Metro on Labor Day.
Huntington Beach Prom
Prom at the beach on a warm and (nearly) perfect spring afternoon? It’s got to be Southern California. This was the case a few weeks ago, when I had the opportunity to take prom photos for this four-couple group at the Huntington Beach Pier, the classic California spot known for its surf and sun. I’m glad […]