Saturday, April 27, 2013

The National Arboretum

A really wonderful place to visit when one goes to Washington DC. It is large but one can get around using one's car and parking in its many locations. These white dogwoods are in the gorgeous azalea garden. The camera was my trusty E PL-2 with the kit lens.


Enjoy your Sunday


Friday, April 26, 2013

Old Philadelphia

These very recent photos are from the historic area of Philadelphia and show how an area can be preserved in the right way. It is a living area and one that is delightfully well kept and pleasant. I was truly impressed. The Philly steak cheese sandwich was also fantastic,



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Have a beautiful weekend



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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Another stand alone photo

When i see an image that I deem to be important in my development as a photographer, I will post it alone as to give it emphasis. This Photo shot on Nevins Street in Brooklyn many years ago is such an image. The camera was the Canon FT with the 50 mm F 1.4 Canon FL lens. It was shot on Tri-X.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

When I found out

This is when I found out that I could take a decent photo. It was pivotal in kindling my interest in photography. This is why it will stand alone as a post. The camera was a 35mm Kodak Retina that had very good optics. The film was Kodachrome II. It was shot from the promenade in Brooklyn Heights a long time ago.

Enjoy

Azaleas, National Arboretum, Washington, DC

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The Creek Country Club

I have shot lots of events at this lovely locations such as golf outings and conferences but I have always tried to come away with some personal photos for myself. Here I like how the late afternoon light works in favor of  making interesting images.


The camera was the Nikon D-700 with the Nikkor 28-105 3.5-4.5 lens.

How times change

Monday, April 22, 2013

Cute kids

These photos date back from 2003 and   were shot with the Fuji S-2 Pro. It was at an even held by Family and Children association, a client  I just love to photograph children.



Sunday, April 21, 2013

Two archival shots from a long time ago

Shot with the Canon FT and the 40mm F 1.4 FL lens an good old Tri-X. The location is the Far East. It seems just like yesterday. Go figure.
Hom Kong

Macau

have a rosy week