Monday July 31, 2017

NEW YORK NEW YORK – I met a friend of long standing at the Yale Club, which put me in the vicinity of Grand Central Terminal, one of my favorite New York icons.

(I’ve edited this post to correct the perspective in the first image and to update my copyright watermark.)

Day 2,846 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

On this day six years ago (day 655): Lamu, Kenya

Lamu seaside
Lamu seaside

Tuesday July 8, 2014

NEW YORK NEW YORK – More work with the really wide lens, this time on Park Avenue in the 50s. For the first image below I shot level in portrait orientation and cropped the foreground out, resulting in a square format. This is a common technique shooting very wide – the need to level almost always results in too much foreground. I grew up shooting 2 ¼ inch square so this isn’t a burden for me – I tend to see in squares anyway. I shot the same tree looking up a bit and it was much less successful at every level. The commonplace look up and view of GCT demonstrate this lens’s lovely rendering.

Day 1,727 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.

Square crop
Square crop
Look up
Look up
Been here
Been here

On this day two years ago (997): Alexander, at our weekly Sunday family dinner.

Alexander Campbell
Alexander Campbell