After realizing that it is a bit pricey to keep shooting slide film, I wanted to do a straight up comparison of what I can get from the equivalent VSCO presets. Some of these are Velvia 100 scans with a … Continue reading →
I’ve been feeling stuck on a plateau in my creative work lately. With photography, my initial reaction to this always seems to be to buy an awesome new camera – as if that will solve the issue. This time, after a bit of … Continue reading →
Thanks to the awesome folks at Looking Glass Photo I had a chance to test out a shiny new Olympus camera this weekend. For free, and you can too! Well, at least if you live in the Bay area. Here’s a … Continue reading →
Sometimes it doesn’t have to be about the size of the sensor or the number of megapixels, nor technical perfection and image quality. After editing these and getting them to the point that I felt compelled to leave them alone … Continue reading →
I was recently reminded by an artistically inclined sibling of mine that I should continue to develop my understanding of composition and design. It’s hard to find time for formal studies, but there is an activity that I have been doing for the last couple … Continue reading →
I’m traveling a bit right now, and finding myself shooting on the streets a lot. NYC is one of my favorite places to shoot classic-style street photos. I guess that’s because the genre was basically invented here.
Pints for Paws is a local fundraiser for the Berkeley Humane Society. Tons of micro and a few macro breweries set up in a parking lot and served all the beer we could drink. Some of the gourmet food trucks that the S.F. Bay … Continue reading →
After taking some time to get good OOC B&W images from the OMD EM5 with Zeiss C Sonnar 50/1.5, I’m now taking a closer look at the color profile of this lens/sensor combo. So far, so good, but JPEGs aren’t quite as … Continue reading →