This post is a little bit of a throwback. Growing up in San Francisco, I was always fascinated by the old buildings in the Mission District, particularly the old theaters. I took these images in 2012. The city’s rapid gentrification made quick work of these beautiful but derelict structures, and most of what you see here is […]Read More Remnants Of The Old Mission District
We enjoyed a little sun and a lot of fog this weekend. Watching the fog roll in after a sunny day never ever gets old: Leica M9 + 50mm f/1.4 Summilux | ReplichromeRead More Sun and Fog
A colleague of mine let me borrow a very interesting lens this past weekend. Apparently he sent an old compact film camera, equipped with a fixed 28mm wide-angle, to an outfit in Japan. They removed the camera’s glass and built an M-Mount lens around it, complete with aperture control, focus tab, and a distance scale. […]Read More Weird Lens. Replichrome.
Suki is a truly beautiful creature. I mean, just look at that face. Look at it! Now that we’ve had her in the family for over 5 years, it’s clear she’s grown out of her little “teenage” phase. Much more chill and gentle, a little less playful, ever aloof (unless you’re coming through our front […]Read More The Suki Face
This is Miru. He’s a 7 month old Shiba Inu, and we get to babysit him until Sunday. Ahhhhh, reminds me of the good old times when Suki was a puppy….a bad puppy 😉 Miru is relatively easy to photograph. Suki and Miru together? Pretty much impossible to photograph. I’m sure we’ll have some great […]Read More Miru The Shiba