Infrared Interior Work

Monday February 7, 2011

NEW YORK NEW YORK – I spent most of the day in the office, so I spent a bit of time lurking around the halls with my Leica M8.2 and an IR filter, looking for things to photograph.  I caught this in the elevator lobby on my floor.  Shot with a 35mm pre-aspheric Summicron v. 4, known as the “Bokeh king” for creamy quality of the out of focus portions of the images it creates.  If you think I’m kidding on the Bokeh king thing try Googling it and see what you get. This lens is also an outstanding lens for infrared.  Here’s the image:


On this day one year ago: Too cold to go outside

-Woody's Picks Out my window Street Work

Friday July 16, 2010

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – This is out the window of our 11th floor apartment, looking into our courtyard. Our building is doing “Local Law 10” work on the exterior. Local law 10, which requires periodic inspection and repairs of building facades, was enacted in 1980 after a piece of terra cotta masonry fell from the facade of an Upper West Side building and killed a passing college student.

1185 Park Avenue - Local Law 10 work

Hasselblad H3D 39 with HC 300 lens.