I have been to Iceland many times and each time, I am a different photographer, and find myself making images that are different. Over the past five years, if my idea of what I want in a photograph has evolved, so has my post-processing technique. In 2016, I went to Iceland with two Leica cameras … Continue reading Iceland in Monochrome
One of my favorite things to do is visit the bay by the bridge and wait for fog and light to play footsie. This is such a beautiful sight to behold, and I can’t stop taking photos here. Even if I have to borrow my friend ChrisMichael’sLeica M9 camera and even if I have to … Continue reading [Photos] Bridge, Bay & Light
Congrats to brothers Morrison – Jerad and Justin – on the opening of the new Sightglass location at 301 Divisadero Street in San Francisco. It is quite lovely and has great light. I am an angel investor in the company.
Photo made with old vintage Russian-made Jupiter 50mm/f2 lens on a Leica M-Monochrom (M9 version.)
Leica, the iconic camera maker, recently released the new Leica M10 — the first new M series camera to be released in four years. And predictably it created a lot of excitement, especially among the Leica fans. Some of my friends who have Fuji X cameras were intrigued by the prospect of this new camera. It doesn’t look very different than other Leicas — except it has a dedicated ISO dial, which actually looks great and is perfectly positioned. Continue reading “(The Leica) M10”