New York City
What exactly this is, I won't tell. However I bet thousands of people see it every day; and never even thing about how beautiful it really is. The design behind this is clearly beautiful.
Taken from the Photo Blog Archive
A perfect example of how depth of field can completely make a background become insignificant. The statue is clearly the dominant figure in this photo. Having a fast lens allows this to happen.
The blog was started several years ago. If you select the "Archives" you'll see the previous rendition of this photo blog, archived. This photo is from that blog.
Deep in the bowels of a social gathering spot (and Lightship} located along the Hudson River (called The Frying Pan), I found a miniature sunflower resting inside of a watering can. Dark and what you'd expect of the innards of a salty ship to look like, I found this wonderful touch of feminine beauty. It stands out as lovely as the establishment's manager, Danielle.
The Frying Pan is a Lightship docked near by. I photographed this using my friend's Canon 7D and my Canon 70-300 F4-5.6 L Series lens.
Pushing the envelope of portraiture by photographing with a Fisheye Lens.
A small collection of photos taken with a Canon 1DX and 85mm 1.2L II lens.
These photos were taken while walking to work one morning. Each photo has a story to tell. Hover on each photo to view their stories and titles.
A man strikes a pose as he sees me taking his photo while he enters a building, in New York City.
This week, I found little pockets of time to upload a slew of photos to my Instagram account. I've decided to post those photos on here.
Now these photos were taken with various cameras, including my iPhone, a Leica and Mamiya.