Spent a little time this past weekend with my cousin Josh and his wife Vanessa, who was diagnosed with cancer right before they got married in Colombia last year. Together they overcame the disease, and I couldn’t be happier for them. Vanessa is as strong as she is beautiful. Having Josh around again in the […]Read More Good Times
Second roll with my Leica M3, this time in black and white. This camera is way too much fun. Next up from the lab: A roll of Fuji 160S. Stay tuned =) Leica M3 + 50mm f/1.4 Summilux & Konika M-Hexanon 90mm f/2.8 | Leicameter MC | Kodak 400TXRead More The Second Roll Of Film
Olympus OMD E-M5 + Pana-Leica 25mm f1.4 | 320 sec, f/1.4, ISO 200 I took the portrait above of a colleague of mine, who rolled into work today with a DIY lighting rig he threw together over the weekend. Made of six under-counter fluorescent lights rigged to a speedring, the light creates some pretty unique catchlights in your subject’s […]Read More The DIY Spider Lightish Thingo
The incredibly talented Jenny Lewis played this weekend with the Watson Twins, Johnathan Rice, Farmer Dave, and Nik Freitas at the Swedish American Hall in Cafe du Nord here in San Francisco. It was Jenny at her best, and this show was probably one of my favorites ever, right up there with the concert she […]Read More Jenny At Cafe Du Nord
A few snaps from a trip up the California coast line. The morning always starts with an outing with the dog, this time at the beach. Really helps get Suki tired enough to relax in the car during the long drive. The foggy coastal morning along with the shapes and textures on the beach seemed […]Read More The California Coast
Fuji X100 | 1/60th sec f/5.6 ISO200 On the heels of my last post, another film-related adventure! The camera above is an Ansco Cadet, a nifty little 127 format camera that was made in the late 1950s. I dug this camera out of my parents’ basement, and learned that they purchased it back in 1960 to […]Read More This Ain’t Your Father’s Film Camera. Wait, Yes It Is.
A few images from the recent San Francisco indie artist meetup at Brick and Mortar Music Hall. I’m proud to say that among those who performed that night were my wife Bridget and my cousin Jasmine. Great job you two! Photographically speaking, there was no light in this venue. ISO kabillion in there. Most of these […]Read More The Google Indie Artist Meetup