Fuji XPRO-1 + 35mm f/1.4 XF R Sundays. They’re always extremely, incredibly, ridiculously busy. But not this past Sunday, when we decided to do absolutely nothing. at. all. Except for hang out at Four Barrel. Hey, we all need a lazy day to recharge every now and then, don’t we? Forgot to charge the XPRO-1 after […]Read More Hanging Out. That’s it.
Every now and then I go through and purge “junk” images from my archives, and as I’m deleting the throw-away images, I always discover forgotten keepers like these shots of Suki. The one up top has some weird flare in the frame, but I love Suki’s expression. Taken with my now retired Nikon D300s and […]Read More Forgotten Keepers
Life is pretty good for this Shiba Inu. The day begins on whatever soft surface she decides to sleep on through the night. “Please don’t bug me with that camera.” Next is usually some dog-centric outing, like a run along the beach: In return, she has to tolerate her photo-geek dad chasing her around with […]Read More A Shiba’s Life
I recently went over some of the images I took on what till this day I still consider to be my favorite photo walk ever. Thinking about exploring the rain soaked streets of Kyoto on our most recent visit to Japan brings back some great memories of that beautiful city. These photographs were originally processed […]Read More Kyoto in Black and White
As of 7:15am this morning, I am a great uncle. And what better way to introduce myself to my new great nephew than to shove a camera in his little face. =) Welcome to the world, little Julian. ____________ Images: Fuji x100Read More Welcome to the World
This amazing tintype portrait of my wife was taken by Michael Shindler over at Photobooth SF on Valencia. The folks there were nice enough to send me a digital copy of it (pictured right). The original, of course, is a beautiful photograph forged on a metal plate using early 19th century tech. You can see […]Read More Coffee, Chocolate, Tintypes and Lomo Gear
Aw come on, Siri. I had higher hopes for you! Kidding. So I picked up an iPhone 4S over the weekend, and I’m pretty impressed with it. Besides the fact that the geeky sci-fi nerd in me loves the conversations I can have with my new “digital assistant”, the photographer in me is loving this […]Read More iPhone 4s: My New Ultra-Compact Camera of Choice