A bit late publishing a set of photos from last summer at Lake Tahoe.
An aspect of digital photography that I quite dislike is everything is the same size; and now with Instagram, everything is becoming the same square aspect-ratio. How boring and monotonous, every photo being the same size and aspect-ratio. What a loss, the ability to express any additional meaning by the print size. If you go… Continue reading Size Matters
A look at homes in the suburbs.
A set of photos taken after the peaceful Black Lives Matter rally in downtown Redwood City.
The Bronica ETRSi is a modular medium format system, see my full Bronica ETRSi 645 review. The common film back that I use is the 6×4.5 that you can see in my recent Muir Woods set, this back gives nice consistent results. The other back I have is a 135W back, that uses 35mm film… Continue reading Bronica ETRSi 135W
We went up to Muir Woods for a hike, the trees are majestic and the park is beautiful. It is a wonderful place to take a break from this crazy world and walk among trees that are over 600 hundred years old. The park is open but requires reservations to be made ahead of time.… Continue reading Muir Woods
After two months of home confinement and everyone going stir crazy, we needed an outing. So, we went cherry picking to an orchard in South San Jose. It was just the day out we all needed.
Stanford University developed an industrial area in Redwood City, establishing it’s first new significant location outside the main Palo Alto campus.
Our first family trip up to the snow, the girls loved it! It wasn’t fresh or that good of snow — it’s been fairly dry this winter in California — but we got sunny days and did find enough to go sledding. I even brought a camera and remembered how to use it — it’s… Continue reading Snow Trip