WARREN CONNECTICUT – Here’s Derek by the light of his mobile. I’m trying to avoid pictures of people on their mobiles (because now days the subject is grindingly pedestrian), but I make an exception for mobile phone light as a source of illumination. Obviously I couldn’t do this with a manual focus Leica, or for that matter with most camera’s – here I relied on the the Sony A7riii’s fine high ISO performance and excellent autofocus.
Day 3228 if one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date seven years ago (day 671 of one photo every day): Shot in Central Park with a medium format technical camera on a tripod. This technique produces beautiful images from a technical standpoint but in my hands tends to be a bit static.
WASHINGTON AND WARREN CONNECTICUT – We spent some tine on Lake Waramaug today. Shooting with my Leica 500 Summiicron Asp. lens on my Sony A7riii today (with a Novoflex adapter). This combination works very well. The lens has wonderful rendering is as sharp across the field on the Sony, and is actually easy to focus.
Day 3145 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date eight years ago (day 223 of one photo every day): Carnegie Hall six frames stitched.
MANHATTAN AND WARREN CONNECTICUT – Images of people today I shoot these with my Sony a7rii which, because of its eye focus feature, is an excellent tool for shooting people. The camera, combined with the very good 24-70 Sony GM lens, works ideally for people in context.
Day 3144 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.