Saturday, January 9, 2010

Photo of the day, Jan 10, 2010 Mikon F100


Shot in June of 1999 with the Nikon F100 in occasion of the 100th Anniversary of Catholic Charities, my client. The film was Fujicolor 400 and the lens was the Nikkor 70 to 300 zoom.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Photo of the Day, Jan 9 2010 Canon 5D


April of 2009, with the Canon 5D and the 16-35 2.8 L. Once again the fabulous Japanese Garden of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Photo of the day, Jan 8 2010 Canon A 620 P&S


A view from my house in Sicily shot in the summer of 2006 with the Canon power Shot A 610. Sometimes this type of camera is all you need.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Photo of the day, Jan. 7 2010 Fuji S1 Pro


Shot back in June of 2002 with the magnificent Fuji S1 pro with its 3.3 mega pixels! It makes you wonder if we need more. The skin tones were superb and from out of the camera JPEGs. Nothing has ever come close. This shot was an early digital attempt while I was moving to digital. I was shooting film and digital om jobs then. The lens was the Nikkor 24-85 2.8-4' a really nice lens.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Photo of the day, Jan 6 2010 Canon 5D II



After giving some thought, I finally picked up a Canon 5DII. I have been using 5D's for some time and have been always satisfied with their great IQ. The mark II, I must assert, is perhaps alone in it's class especially as far as value is concerned. My Nikon D700 is superb especially in low light but the 5DII reaches a mega pixel level that affords cropping. What is interesting is the SRAW where one cau use the benefits of raw but in a 10 mega pixel file. This is great when shooting events that do not reqauire such large files. And believe me, the files are large. The photo of my dog Charlie were shot at ISO 1600 with the Sigma DG 50 mm 2.8 macro while the floweres were shot with a pedestrian Canon EF 28 mm 2.8 prime. I will report further on this camera. Needless to say, the operation is so straight forward that I have not opened the instruction boo and perhaps I will not use it much.

Ohoto of the day, Jan, 5 2010 Canon 1D


Early April of 2004 with the Canon 1D and the 16-35 2.8 L. Shot in Greenport, NY the end of the North Fork of LI home of a fantastic grape growing area that produces great wines.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Photo of the day, Jan. 4, 2010 Canon 10D


Is it too early for spring dreaming? Not really. After hoping for global warming, the temperature here in NYC is in the teens. I'm already tired of winter. This shot is from the spring of 2005 with the Canon 10D and the 16-35 2.8 L. Of course the venue is the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a true earthly paradise.