If you’re in New York City in the next few weeks you might run into some of my images, particularly along the N Subway Line or at the Times Square or Atlantic Subway stops.
I had the good fortune to work on a campaign for two things I really love; the city I live in and the equipment I use to capture it.
Shot on a Nikon D750, you can see this enormous enlargement outside the Br…Read On…
It was a great day at PhotoPlus Expo yesterday–I saw some great work and met lots of old friends. Thanks to my SanDisk colleagues Peter Liebmann, Brian Pridgeon and Leelianna Fazeli for making it all possible.
Essential to our development as photographers is putting our work out into the world and seeking out opinions and critique we can use to improve and push ourselves forward….Read On…
Day 1 of the Democratic Convention took place in sweltering heat outside (bad news for the protesters) but in the comfort of an air-conditioned Wells Fargo Center. I will tell you that surprisingly to me, it is much tougher to shoot the DNC then it was in Cleveland with the RNC.
Technically, the light is not as bright which means higher ISO’s and slower shutter speeds generally. Mo…Read On…
Images from the final day at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. I’m en-route via Amtrak back to New York. A day off and on to Philadelphia for the Democratic Convention. As it turns out, the DNC may be a little trickier to cover. The venue is smaller and there will be more media (New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia). Hopefully my access will be similar. In Cleveland I …Read On…
I don’t have time to write a lengthy post but I will update it with more information on how I made the photos and covering the convention when I get back home. Working on my long-term convention project by Day 3 it’s hard not to repeat yourself but that’s okay. I will ultimately choose the best of my take for the final book project. Here’s day 3: