The wife decided to start sprucing up various rooms in our house this week. Had a friend come over and help paint the walls of one of our rooms in Tiffany blue. I played the lazy photographer husband while they did all the work =) Gotta hurry! We have some friends coming in from Japan […]Read More Home Improvement Time!
Some people who only know Suki from her photos tend to think that she’s a larger dog. I’ll admit that I try to use angles and perspectives that make her appear larger than she is, but Shiba Inus are definitely small dogs. Not lap dog small, but not big either. I say they’re perfectly sized! […]Read More Suki and Me… [and video on the D300s!]
Spent this past Sunday afternoon with this adorable little girl and her family. Can someone be any more photogenic than this? My strategy for this shoot was: no strategy. Just follow little Paisley around and see what happens. The result was an amazing little adventure all around the house, climbing different surfaces, discovering her favorite […]Read More Paisley’s Photo Shoot
This morning, while getting ready for work, I noticed that my wife left something behind with my name on it by the door. A shiny new Nikkor AFS 50mm f/1.4G. I wish I had the day off so I could spend more time with it, but for now I just quickly took a snap of […]Read More My Anniversary Gift!
Found an optical defect in one of the inner elements of my Tamron 17-50mm /f2.8 VC a couple weeks ago. As soon as I discovered the problem, I shipped the lens over to a Tamron service center. I promptly received notice from Tamron that the issue would be repaired under warranty, but I’m still waiting […]Read More Life Without My Mid-Range Zoom
When I first started Suki’s 52 week project this year, I tried my best to have a very specific concept in mind for each image, planning each shot as meticulously as I could before we even headed out the door. I’m nearly halfway through the project now, and I’ve learned that having a plan is […]Read More Don’t Start with a Plan
If you live in San Francisco and love Jazz, great coffee, good food, and a nice selection of beer and wine, you must check out Epicenter Cafe. It’s a great place to kick back with your laptop and browse the web, get some studying done, or just hang out with friends. The interior has a […]Read More Jazz at Epicenter Cafe