The shots at this site are both film and digital, although every image made after 2002 is digital.
For digital photograhy I use a Nikon D3 using (mostly) a Nikkor 28-300mm 3.5 -5.6 AF lens. I also use a Nikon D800, usually with a wide-angle NIkkor 16-35mm lens. I use a 14mm f2.8 Rokinon kens on the D800 for astrophotography.
My tripod is a Gitzo GT2531 with a Magic Ball head.
Since 2008 I’ve exclusively shot in the Nikon NEF (raw) format. Earlier images were made in JPEG fine (L) mode.
Many landscape shots employ a B+W polarizer where appropriate, and occasionally, an enhancing filter or 2- stop or 3-stop Singh-Ray neutral density filters. For moving water I often use a Tiffen variable neutral density filter.
My film shots made before 2002 were with a Nikon N90 and Fuji Velvia film (ISO 50). Film-to-high resolution digital images were made with a Nikon LS2000 film scanner.
I am also shooting many images for High Dynamic Range. To do this I shoot 5 images over a range of -2.0 to +2.0 f-stops in 1 f-stop increments. I use Photomatix Pro and lately, Aurora HDR Pro to process the shots into a single HDR image. My goal with HDR is to remain faithful to the image as I saw it in nature and not to artificially bump it up or add “grunge.”
I make prints up to 13″x19″ on an Epson Stylus Photo R3000 featuring nine archival ink cartridges, printed on Epson or Moab Premium Glossy photo paper.