Posted on December 30, 2018
I love shooting through windows into stores. The street reflections give the image a busy bouncy city feel.
Posted on October 12, 2018
This is just a snippet of a much larger file showing a Beacon Hill matron walking down Charles Street. The bigger image isn’t all that bad but her face is where most of the interest is so I just cut the rest away. The street shooting purists will frown at this approach but I believe cropping isn’t a mortal sin if the result is worth sacrificing the pixels.
Posted on September 14, 2018
The beauty of a Ricoh GR for street photography is that you can take a picture and move on before your subject is really aware of what’s going on.
Posted on July 17, 2018
As I approached this lady she was deep in her book and sipping a lemonade. It wasn’t really a good picture so I went by her and headed towards Boylston Street. On a hunch I glanced back at her and bingo she was doing deep knee bends. Now that was worthy of a few pictures.
There’s an old adage in photography that one should always look behind yourself from time to time. This is a perfect example of that advice.
Posted on June 3, 2018
It’s not about tea. It’s about meaningless chatter and confusion.
Posted on April 5, 2018
Down on his luck? Yes. Drunk? Maybe. Make a nice focal point? You judge.
Posted on April 16, 2017
We’ve got a great one going on here in Boston. It’s huge but what makes it so damn interesting is that it includes many of the objects he lived with and used as “subjects” of his paintings. The man was a creative giant. His energy and intelligence were staggering. If you’re in this area by all means go see this one.