The 16th and 17th centuries are often regarded as the highpoint for the classic still life painting, also collectively identified as the Vanitas movement. Here's my own little homage to Vanitas, 2020-style.
The Fujifilm cameras are well known for their beautiful and accurate film simulations, but there is a sub-culture within the Fuji owners world dedicated to refining those original simulations even further. One that I am particularly fond of, although not strictly a film emulation, is the Leica Monochrom sim produced by Mark Adams at onecameronelens.… Continue reading Fuji simulation – Leica Monochrom
Back to the Walking with Henry series this morning, with two images. Both were taken on the Creek trail leading up to Loafers Lake. This lone tree is always striking, but more so now that the leaves have gone and you can see the structure. The second photo is one of my favourite spots on… Continue reading Winter morning
When I retired I really didn't think that I would miss the drudgery of my daily commute, one and three quarter hours each way on train & subway. But what the travel did give me was the opportunity to take pictures and experiment with different techniques, such as long exposure combined with movement and saturation.… Continue reading Commuting impressions