Posted on February 27, 2014
This was one of those moments in New York when you stop for a split second and appreciate what you’ve got. I came across this homeless Vet outside of Madison Square Garden last summer, saw his sign, and just felt that I needed to photograph him. It’s not easy to impress a New Yorker, but “can’t walk. can’t talk. please help.” stopped me in my tracks for a few minutes. Taken with a Canon 50mm f1.2 lens on a 5D Mark III.
Posted on January 25, 2014
Great black and white photo taken from a high vantage point over 1st Ave in New York facing south. The amount of detail that this tiny little Zeiss 50mm f1.4 lens pulled out of this scene is incredible, and this is an image that any true New Yorker can imagine hanging in their entry way or foyer.
Posted on January 11, 2014
A wonderful moment seen in Madison Square Park on a gorgeous sunny afternoon… a young couple taking a moment to block out their surroundings and enjoy an impromptu dance to a piano man set up behind them. The look on her face says it all, and the off-center composition gives you a sense of being in the moment, standing off to the side, and letting them enjoy their time together.
Taken with a Zeiss 50mmm f1.4 Planar lens mounted on a Canon 5D Mark III.
Posted on December 15, 2013
In unfiltered one and unfiltered two I told you how I’m not fond of using filters to create unrealistic colors and drama in photography, and unfiltered three is one more example of how amazing nature can be if you pay attention to it. This is straight out of the camera with no filters or processing of any kind. Taken with a Zeiss 50mm f1.4 Planar lens, f/5.6, -1EV, 1/40, handheld.
Posted on November 26, 2013
This is the very first Fall photo I took on a brisk evening in September. I didn’t think I had anything to be impressed with when I took this, but I found myself using this as my wallpaper on my iPhone and iPad for the entire season 🙂