Another Era

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[singlepic id=600 w=840 h= float=] The Industrial Era to be exact. No wires in sight, no modern locks on the door and no asphalt pavement. Just brick, cobblestone, wood and glass. The way it was well over 100 years ago. This is another shot using the Nikon PC-E lens. I hope I did it justice. …

Family

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[singlepic id=601 w=840 h= float=] I have a reputation in my family for taking pictures of  family and friends that never see the light of day. They make it to my hard drive and pretty much die there. Its not entirely undeserved. I’m not great at emailing the pictures I take after holidays or parties. …

The Piano

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[singlepic id=599 w=840] I didn’t set out yesterday morning to shoot this image. I set out to practice some more with the Nikon 24mm PC-E at the Malden Mills. While I was shooting outside the little second hand store, a guy approached me and asked me what I was taking pictures of and why.  David …

Asymmetrical II

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[singlepic id=596 w=840] Day 3 with the Nikon PC-E lens. I’ve photographed this building before and probably will again. Its a cool little building in the Malden Mills Yard. I went there last night to play / practice my tilting and shifting skills. You’ll see more images from that shoot in the future. I now …

Stone Mill Panorama

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[singlepic id=595 w=840 h= float=] Day Two with the Nikon 24mm PC-E lens, I decided to hit my favorite photography playground, the Stone Mill in Lawrence. A simple horizontal shift of the lens gave me near perfect alignment for a panoramic image of the attic. Its comprised of three identically processed sets of HRD images; 9 …

Loading Dock Tilt

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[singlepic id=591 w=600 h= float=] I rented Nikon’s 24mm PC-E Lens (perspective control, or tilt/shift) from LensProToGo lens for a week. So for the next few days, as I play with this nifty little toy, you will be subjected to my experimentation. The lens comes with a learning curve, so I can’t promise high art or …

Wasatch Mountains, Utah

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[singlepic id=590 w=840 h= float=] Another fortunate stop on my San Francisco to Boston relay run back in 2004. While waiting for a one runner to make the exchange to another, I wandered off to find a photo. Just about a hundred yards off the road, and over a hill I found this view of …

Strawberry Lake

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[singlepic id=588 w=700 h= float=] This is probably another re-post for my Facebook friends, but technically, I did re-process it so its a new take on an old image. This is Strawberry Lake in Utah. It was shot in 2004 during my cross country charity relay run (10 runners, San Francisco to Boston in 25 …

From the Banks

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[singlepic id=587 w=840 h= float=] This one is from the archives, shot a couple of years ago from under one of the bridges across the Merrimack River. I recently reprocessed it in HDR from the original RAW file. Since capturing the image, the skyline has changed. The two smokestacks on the right were imploded last …

Tools of the Trade

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[singlepic id=586 w=500 h= float=] I rarely post two images in a day, but I am processing some images for a rare “people project” and thought one of my volunteer models deserved some recognition. In the course of our photo session in Chinatown, Boston last week, I asked the “Professor of Bracketology,” Brian Matiash if he …