Tag Archives: black and white
Getting better at shooting with the Intrepid 4×5.
I’ve been trying out a Mamiya 645 camera this past weekend and this is one of the scans I just got back from the lab. I really like the heft and sturdiness of the camera. Now I just have to … Continue reading
Another one from the Netherlands. I spent a delightful hour in the company of these horses in the ‘De Biesbosch’ national park, close to the city of Dordrecht.
Further explorations with the new 100-mm-macro lens. It also works for non-macro images. A great egret at the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
Posting the first shot in ages puts more emphasis on the image than it deserves. I was trying out a new lens this morning and I really like it. But I definitely have to practice a lot more with it.
This one was inspired by the great Henri. I liked how the girl had just opened her hair and how it flowed over her shoulders, much like the water coming out of the pipes of the Vaillancourt Fountain.
I really like the lines and the simple structure of this heliconia. The growth pattern of the spoon-like bracts allows for simple scaling and no matter how large they become, they won’t block each other’s growth. When a heliconia blooms, … Continue reading
Last week I had the opportunity to shoot an incredibly patient but excitable model: Max. She’s a boxer-shepherd mix and it was just pure joy to work with her.
A long exposure of the mumok, the museum of modern arts in Vienna. I really like Vienna, don’t get me wrong, but after the overwhelming exposure to classic buildings with their statues, figurines, gargoyles, columns, domes, and odd flowery pieces, … Continue reading
The fog made it look like the bay was boiling. A few minutes earlier it had been so high that the bridge was completely hidden. Happy Halloween!