Saturday, June 2, 2012

Have a restful Saturday / vi auguriamo un sabato di riposo

Old anchors, Scopello / E PL-2




These old anchors were used in the tuna boats that used to be used to fish tunas. They were very heavy and were used on large row boats. Today this system has given way to modern but very eco unfriendly boats that have practically eradicated the tuna as a specie. It's called progress.

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Pasta maker / Canon 5-D

Shot at an artiginal show in Castellammare a few years ago.

Have a rosy Friday / Abbiate un venerdi' roseo




It's rose time and these were shot at the Elizabeth park in Hartford Connecticut. The camera was the Olympus E PL-2. Some were shot with the soft focus filter.

Old coney Island [part 2]



More photos of Coney Island off season when it is actually much more interesting.
Have a wonderful Thursday / Abbiate uno splendido giovedi

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

More Adobe developments

Adobe has launched final versions of Photoshop Lightroom v4.1 and Adobe Camera Raw v7.1 that have support for the Fujifilm X-Pro1. The two versions include the advanced defringing tools introduced in the Release Candidate versions they replace as well as promising to address 'performance issues.' Both versions include support for the Fujifilm X-Pro1 non-Bayer color filter array. You may download them from the Adobe website now. Adobe Camera Raw 7.1 works with Photoshop CS6.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Coney Island off season, long ago [part 1] / Leica M2R





Coney Island off season is delightful. These archival slide scans show how Kodachrome still manages to hold on to its colors.
BTW, Have a great Wednesday / Abbiate un grandioso mercoledi

Have a rosy Tuesday / Abbiate un martedi roseo

Archival shots from long ago in Sicily / Canon FT



Shot in the summer of 1970 on Tr--X and with the Canon 50 mm F 1.4 FL. Obviously all the subjects are dead now but they live on through the power of photography.

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Beautiful faces




A mix bag of gorgeous faces for the new week.