Friday November 30, 2018

MANHATTAN – Gearing up for a trip to Bermuda tomorrow, and a dinner party the Sunday after we return. I shot around the neighborhood with my Leica M10 and 90mm macro lens.

Day 3333 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life. I wish that I had made better use of this magical looking number.

Former Armory

On this date nine years ago (day 45 of one photo every day): Litchfield Meeting House. Shot with my Leica M9 – 4 frames stitched.

Congregational Meeting House, Litchfield CT

Friday November 16, 2018

MANHATTAN – This morning I did a review of my work for the past few years and decided that I like the angular perspectives a lot, so I’ll be capturing them when I see them for the next few weeks. Shot with my Leica M10-P.

Day 3319 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

Angle – 96th Street
Angle – 432 Park Avenue

On this date two years ago (day 2589 of one photo every day): Big Rock Boston MA shot with my Sony A7rii and lovely 25mm Zeiss Batis lens. The fact that it’s fall and I’ve used yellow filtration in converting to black and white gives this image an infrared look. Compare my post of a big rock in Warren CT of two years ago: Big Rock Warren CT.

Big Rock Boston

Thursday November 15, 2018

MANHATTAN – We were hit be an unseasonably early blizzard today. It was hell on traffic – the worse gridlock that I’ve ever seen here. But visually pretty good, so I’m back in my groove. All images shot with my iPhone.

Day 3318 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

Manhattan Blizzard
Blizzard at The Seagrams Building
Manhattan Blizzard

On this date eight years ago (day 396 of one photo every day): Helmsley Building Looking up at the Helmsley Building with my Leica M9 and 16mm Voigtlander lens. Re-cropped and re-processed from the original. The ability to go back and re-imagine images is one of the key advantages to shooting raw files and preserving them with non-destructive edits.

Helmsley Building Manhattan