On our recent Vermont trip I shot both digital and film. As is the case most times, the film version provides a better image, though it might not be that noticeable in low res on a screen. The clarity, contrast and detail of a medium format negative scanned in high-res format is without parallel
I’m sure winter isn’t through with southern Vermont yet this year, but you wouldn’t know it by the weather we had over this past weekend. No snow, no cold and intermittent light rain throughout the weekend. I figured it would be a good time to focus on the grittier, less glamourous scenery in Vermont, a
Went out this morning to test out my new Sony Alpha A77 and a couple of lenses. The early light looked promising, but quickly gave way to a snow squall. I’ve shot this barn along Raven Rock Road, a few miles north of Stockton NJ, many times. One of these days, preferably in the fall,
We’ve been living at the shore for almost a year now. The new place is scheduled to be finished in July and we’re looking forward to settling in in the fall. As the summer approaches, I was looking back over some of the photos from this past winter. Some of these I posted here earlier
One of the great things about living at the shore is obvious, the beach. Dawn and I took Marley (the greatest dog in the whole world) for a walk a week or so ago. These images were shot with using infrared light and converted to B/W….
As some of you know, I have been spending a couple of nights a week in Lambetville NJ, while we await our new home to be completed. I sort of gotten into a routine, work all day, a drink at the Lambertville House bar, dinner at one of the many fine establishments in town and
I recently had a Panasonic Lumix GF1 converted for use as an infrared camera. The filter that prevents infrared light from reaching the sensor was removed and the camera calibrated to receive ONLY infrared light. In color format, this images really look strange. Greens are white, blues are black etc. When you process the images
I am finally getting around to setting up a photo blog. It’s been something I’ve been wanting to do for some time, but couldn’t quite figure out the best way to do it. I usually carry a camera with me so the shots are not always grouped around one central theme. To get things started