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Halloween on Frenchmen Street

I was in New Orleans on the Friday night before Halloween. I'd heard that Bourbon Street was crowded and loud, so I went to Frenchman Street, which was more sedate. I walked up and [...]

November 3rd, 2022|

Iceland, Part II

No shortage of images from Iceland to share. This is the photographed-to-death Kirkjufell mountain. I shot at 1/15 second, hand-held. Never used my tripod in Iceland. The Hraunfossar waterfall, also super-famous. Shot at 1/8 second. [...]

October 3rd, 2022|

Night and Day in NYC

Here's a second set of images from New York City, some shot at night, some in the day. Times Square, around midnight on Friday night. This Fordham basketball player was posing for publicity shots. Lots [...]

October 3rd, 2022|

Lots of Driving in Iceland

Over 10 days in Iceland, we drove 2,127 kilometers in our rental car—that's 1,322 miles. More driving than I wanted to do, but it was necessary to see all the sights in the south and [...]

September 23rd, 2022|

New York City—So Much to Shoot

On a recent trip to New York City and Iceland, I brought two cameras, each with only one lens: a 28mm and a 50mm. (The 28 is a fixed-lens camera, the 50 was on an [...]

September 23rd, 2022|

Portraits from Dore Alley

Up Your Alley (also known as Dore Alley) is an annual leather and fetish event in San Francisco, known as the little brother to the much-larger Folsom Street Fair. This is the second time I've [...]

August 2nd, 2022|

Out of Focus—On Purpose

I went to a workshop taught by Mark de Paola, a New York-based fashion photographer and filmmaker, whose style for his personal work—and often his commercial work—is to take photos where the main subject is [...]

July 24th, 2022|

MIRA Building Detail

The MIRA building, at the corner of Spear and Folsom streets in San Francisco, is pretty irresistible for photographers—even if they're not into architecture. The twisty-turny facades make for striking images, whether you're photographing the [...]

July 5th, 2022|

Musée Mécanique

On my customary weekend trip into San Francisco two Sundays ago, I visited the Musée Mécanique on Fisherman's Wharf. Wikipedia describes it as "an interactive museum of 20th-century penny arcade games and artifacts. With [...]

June 21st, 2022|

Photos Everywhere at Carnaval

Last Sunday I went into San Francisco to photograph Carnaval. I've done it four times before, and each time I learn something I can apply for next time. The event always yields great [...]

June 2nd, 2022|
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