WARREN CONNECTICUT – Woods near our house. Shot with mySony A7riii at ISO 12,800 to maximize depth of field.
Day 3244 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date eight years ago (day 322 of one photo every day): Building in Manhattan shot in infrared with my Leica M8. This camera suffered from infrared pollution, which was a boot mistake on Leica’s part, but it facilitated shooting in infrared.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – I’ve discussed before my struggles trying to render the Eastern deciduous landscape. Today I spent a few hours wandering through the woods with a camera, shooting handheld bracketed shots to turn into HDR images. I shot with my Sony a7rii. Interestingly the dynamic range of the Sony is sufficiently wide that the HDR’s offered little dynamic range advantage, and of course introduced some digital artifacts.
Day 2,875 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day last year (day 2,505): Farm fresh eggs.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – This is one of the first time’s that I’ve actually felt good about images from the Northeastern deciduous forrest. I’ve been struggle with this landscape for a while – it requires a completely different approach than the Western landscape that I grew up in. Today I got close and embraced details that convey a sense of mass and foreboding, and used selective focus. I’m also using on camera fill flash. You’ll see more like these.
And just to inject some levity, a color image!
Day 2586 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.