MANHATTAN – I’m now shooting regularly with my Sony A7rii that has been converted to black and white imaging by removing its Bayer filter. This plus some specialized image processing effectively double the resolution of this camera to 84 megs -far into medium format land. This only works with the very best lenses – lenses that perform well at 42 megs resolution don’t necessarily look great with resolution doubled. The Zeiss 25mm Batis lens that I’m shooting with today is more than up to the task. More on these topics as I develop more experience with this camera.
Day 3156 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
COLLEGE POINT NEW YORK – College point is actually a neighborhood in Queens. It’s out beyond the end of the subway system. It’s a finger of land tucked between the Whitestone Bridge and flushing Bay; Laguardia Airport is just across Flushing Bay. It should have grand exposures to the bay and the East River but large industrial complexes and condo developments generally cut off access to the water. Anyway we had good light so this is what it looks like.
Day 3155 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – It’s late Spring here with lovely light; the shadows are still transparent as the new leaves are light and translucent. I’m shooting ultra wide with my Sony 12-24 zoom, a space that I’m very comfortable in.
Day 3151 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
MANHATTAN – Shooting around our apartment today. I’ve included an image of a Chihuly work and and image of a light fixture, both taken with my Sony A7riii camera and the excellent Sony 90mm Macro lens.
Day 3150 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date last year (day 2785 of 1 photo every day): Mission?