It has been gray, rainy, and foggy in San Francisco — just the kind of weather when I go out and take photos. Yesterday, in particular, was really foggy. The visibility was really low. The whole city had a very monochromatic feel, and it was hard to get any real visual contrast. I don’t think … Continue reading A foggy start to the new year
Every photo tells a story. And there is a story behind every image. As a writer, I found myself restricted by the social platforms when it came to telling that story.
I believe we all deserve more than a blink of an eye for our work. The web allows me to share higher quality images and gives you a chance to view them on a screen bigger than our phones.
I wanted to unshackle from the silver cage of social media, and that is why I started a small newsletter — to share my creative work.
I also sometimes share links to the work of other photographers, articles worth reading, and soon short chats with fellow photographers whose work I admire.
I hope you can join me on my journey and sign-up for this occasional newsletter.
Last week, I decided to head to the Santa Cruz Mountains with a friend. The idea was to leave San Francisco, go down I-280, turn into Portola Valley, and then meander our way to Santa Cruz before grabbing a coffee and driving back down Highway 1. We would stop wherever, whenever a photo beckoned and … Continue reading ProRaw and the Gradual Gradation of Grays