Monthly Archives: May 2011
While relaxing on the patio yesterday afternoon, I saw this half spent salsify (has a seed cluster like a giant dandelion) and thought “time to pull out the G11.” I took a least twenty shots of it–everything from fuzzy, hairy, … Continue reading
Smoking charcoal chimney close-up. Seems appropriate for the day. Canon G11 enjoying the day off.
Commute shot from this past week: The Golden Gate Bridge has been photographed millions of times. Here’s photo number 337,235,493. ;^) Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm at 61mm. 1/400 second at f/16, ISO 200. Canon T2i taking it to the bridge.
I cross the Golden Gate Bridge twice every commute day, and I cross it frequently on weekends heading into the city for gigs or whatever. The bridge and I go way back. So I figure taking pictures of it is … Continue reading
Today, towards the end of my commute, I found this little scene. It looks very Sonoma County in late Spring. The grass losing its green means Summer is near. Lens: Canon EFS 15-85mm at 35mm. f/11 for 1/400 second, ISO … Continue reading
The image in the header of my blog looks like it was cropped from the image below–but, obviously, it wasn’t. It’s indeed the same section of the Golden Gate Bridge, but I took this shot today–a much brighter day, and … Continue reading
I bought my T2i in August 2010. It was a birthday gift to myself because, well, I’d been working my ass off so for a bonus I splurged on a new creative tool. Cheap thrill considering I didn’t go for … Continue reading
I’m a relative newbie to digital photography so I spend a fair amount of time checking out other people’s stuff and reading photography blogs. There’s lots of great information to be had, but one thing that bugs me is all … Continue reading
Last night we played a gig at the Presidio Yacht Club. Between sets I managed to grab some night shots of the Golden Gate Bridge–the view of the bridge from the outside porch of the club is spectacular! I didn’t … Continue reading
This image was made from a close-up of an object in my house. What the object is is irrelevant because the image doesn’t represent the thing in itself (phenomenologists take heed) . Black and white conversion: Nik Silver Efex Pro … Continue reading