These are the last few photos from the road trip to Utah. Included are some photos from Dinosaur and Cisco (which for the record is not abandoned)
We took a break from mountain biking and drove to Arches National Park for a hike. I brought both cameras- the M6 (with TMAX 400 @ 800) and the GII. I find it difficult to convey the power and beauty of natural landscapes with black and white but I think these turned out pretty good! … Continue reading Moab Trip – Arches National Park
For my birthday, Cristina bought the family a brick in Pioneer Square. It is an amalgamation of our names: Danstina Willfifu. If you’d like to check it out it’s directly behind the information booth on the west side by the little crows nest thing.
First time in many years shooting with Tmax. Max himself gave me this roll. I pushed to 800 from a box speed of 400 and was happy with the results. A lot smoother than the tri-x even when pushed and still maintains good contrast and grays. The trip itself was to give Willis one last … Continue reading Cannon Beach, Oregon
If the boat is moving, unless you’re running full auto you have to stay on top of the exposure settings! The one we were on did essentially a figure eight loop in the Willamette on a partially sunny day. Light conditions were changing by the minute. There is engine noise that will sound exponentially louder … Continue reading Notes on shooting a wedding on a boat
I was laid off the week before we were heading to the Cloudforce conference in San Francisco. Instead of going to the conference I walked and rode the bike-share bikes around.
Nishiki Market Vendor
Otagi Nenbutsu-Ji features over 1200 stone figures representing Rakan, or disciples of Shaka
Sanno Festival, Otsu
Cristina’s co-worker has a time share near the Sitka Art Center in the small community of Three Rocks/ Cascade Head. The weather cooperated just a enough to get a nice hike up the bluffs; although there was no view to be had at the top it was nice settling into the quiet.