Monthly Archives: October 2011

Control Room

As part of the behind the scenes tour of Grand Central Terminal we got to see the control room. This is where every single train that enters and leaves the terminal is dispatched – pretty cool. Each employee had a few giant monitors with different maps of the train tracks, and on the wall at […]

The Dark Side

The two rolls of Ilford Delta 3200 black and white film that I shot in New York finally came back from the lab in Vancouver I sent them to. I think I’m a little bit in love with this film. The grain, the contrast, the drama – it’s all amazing. I’ve still got a whole […]

Lake Cameron

Last night I did my first bit of experimentation with luminosity masks which I’d heard of before but really had no idea what they were. Turns out, they’re a fantastic tool to help manually blend together multiple exposures for landscape photography. I didn’t do too much experimentation – just made a basic mask and applied […]

DUMBO Sunrise

I must seem a little schizophrenic these days…photos from New York – Hawaii – New York – Hawaii. I just had such a great time in both places, and I love sharing how I saw both locations. Soooo…back to NYC today! The one sunrise I caught while in New York was on the morning of […]

Black Sand

While in Hawaii earlier this year, my wife and I drove the famous ‘Road to Hana’ – but didn’t stop and turn around upon reaching the town like most people do. We took our rental vehicle all the back around the east/south end of the island, which apparently is not recommended for rentals The road […]