I love walking to the edge of the water, and make some long exposures. And sometimes I find a lighthouse, and I just sit there and just do nothing, except make photos till the tide starts to roll in.
When you slow down time, you start to see that life is all just a confluence of layers, each adding its nuance to the one after, and learning from the one before. And with enough nuance and learning, we can get to a point where life is defined by simplicity.
San Francisco 2018: Yesterday was one of the foggiest days in recent memory and that means making photos. I was hanging out with my friend @felixjr1 and saw the fog descend on the bridge. And this was the end result. I used Felix’s camera — Fujifilm XPro2 — since I wanted a higher resolution digital negative for … Continue reading Remains of a bay
Legendary photographers spent as much time making the photo, as they did in the dark room. I find that for the darkroom to make magic, you have to get the photo right in the field. This has been significant learning for me, and more time I spend time in getting photos right in the camera, … Continue reading San Francisco: Floating in the Bay