Abstractions

Hiroshi Sugimoto is one of my favorite photographers. While more people are drawn to the long exposures of living legend, Michael Kenna, Sugimoto’s work inspires me to think about long exposures more than just a technique. Sugimoto’s Seascapes series continues to be an inspiration, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise that his influence shows … Continue reading Abstractions

Sutro Rocks

The biggest gift of living in San Francisco is access to locations such as Ocean Beach, Sutro Baths and Landsend. Even when walking around in the area, you can get spectacular photos, not to mention a moment of zen. This photo was made with my iPhoneX. I used Halide App to capture this photo, and … Continue reading Sutro Rocks

The Speck

Sometimes when you look into the horizon, you don’t see anything. And then it all starts to make sense. What is big, vast is not essential. It is that speck that matters. Have a great Tuesday and see you all on the weekend. Made with FujiFilm xPro2 and Fuji f1.4/35mm lens. Aperture f 5.6. Exposure … Continue reading The Speck

The Fisherman

Ocean Beach, San Francisco: God is the ultimate photoshop. A beautiful pre-sunrise morning sky made special with the ever-optimistic fisherman looking for a catch. I am happy that moments like this exist and I get to experience them. Made with Fujifilm xPro2 using Fuji f1.4/35mm lens. Aperture: f5.6 and exposure time of 1/80th of a … Continue reading The Fisherman

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