Photo of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, taken from Pier 17 at the South Street Seaport in Manhattan super early, summer of 2011. Taken with my Canon 5D mark II and a Canon 16-35 2.8L lens
As with everything in life, we must grow and change. Danrusso.com has also done this... I've done this.
As an artist, a teacher, a man... I have chosen to allow you, the casual viewer and subscriber alike to have a better experience with danrusso.com. The new site has many new features; while keeping the content of the previous rendition in tact. The look for danrusso.com isn't the only thing that has changed. You now have a very access to me. If you have any concerns or questions, simply go to the contact page (A link can be found in the navigation area of the site, under contact.) fill in the form and an email will be sent out immediately.
Access to my work has become more user friendly. If you find a piece of work you'd like to buy, simply click the buy button and you are on your way towards making your purchase. If you like a particular medium of my work, click "Photography" and a drop folder will allow you to easily navigate to a sub category of my photography work. If you like to view the "Broadcast" work I've done, click for another drop folder which allows you to see animations, static graphics, and comps.
In the future, you will have the opportunity to view tutorials and download free images & graphics from danrusso.com. Of course your input is essential for our growth. So please send your feedback, so danrusso.com can become a better site for you.
The entire purpose of this photo is to prove how well the Canon EF 28-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM lens is. I still believe this lens is an excellent lens; and is a perfect lens for anyone. The subject of this photo is a Mamiya Sekor 250mm lens. The lighting used was available light without modifyers. Which shows LOL. The point of this photo was simply to demonstrate how well you can shoot with the 28-135mm lens.