WARREN CONNECTICUT – Still shooting infra red. In today’s image I got a more dramatic sky than would have been possible in visible light. But . . . tomorrow I’m switching back to my Leica Monochrom, which fits my style better than the Sony.
Day 2312 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – This is another very cold day with nice light. I’m posting three images, not because they are all terrific, but because I couldn’t decide. In general I try to explore eight or ten image ideas every day, which results in 30-50 images as I walk around each subject trying on different angles and framings. Editing is a serious chore.
Day 1,957 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.
TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS – A very active day. Maria did two dives; I rode out on the dive boat and snorkeled. When we got back I had a long walk on the beach – Im on a program of walking at least seven miles a day (14,000 steps on my fitbit). We caught a sunset. Here you go:
Day 1,602 of one generally black and white photo every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – A perfect day for a lovely party put together by some neighbors. As you scroll down you’ll see an Aunt Alice shot – a lineup of people squinting into the setting sun. I object to these in principle but have decided to start taking them as a documentary record. Complain to my editor if you don’t like it. All images take with my Leica S2 and 70mm lens.
On this day last year: Urban poetry. A construction site in Manhattan. Proof that color has a function, despite by bias toward black and white.