Taken sometime in the late 1970s to early 1980s. I don’t remember which camera I was using. Nor do I remember what film I used other than that it was some kind of slide film.
And yes, I know that the white balance is way off. I’d seem some pictures in a book which used a daylight balanced film with tungsten lights and I quite liked the effect so I thought I’d try to emulate it. I also recall that I used some kind of technique (possibly a sheer stocking over the lens) to get the soft focus look.
Taken in Geneva, Switzerland in May 2017 with a Sony RX100 M3.
Taken during a cruise on the River Hudson almost one year ago (December 2016). See also:
While everyone was drinking, dancing, listening to the music etc. she was sitting alone in a dark corner working on the computer. It’s rather blurry, but I like the intent expression on her face and the way it’s almost completely illuminated by the computer screen.
Taken with a Sony A500 and Tamron A18 AF 18-250mm f3.5-6.3.
A while back we went with some friends to a kind of street festival in Peekskill, NY. North Division Street, with a number of restaurants had been closed to traffic. We went to one of these eateries: the 12 Grapes. Restaurant for a meal, making sure that we got a table outside so that while eating we could listen to the blues band that was performing on the street: Joshua2 Street Band. They were pretty good – in my opinion much better than the band, which performed in our restaurant later on. The man at the keyboard is married to one of my wife’s friends.
Taken with a Sony RX100 M3.
In the middle of August we went to a water color exhibition at Muscoot Farm. Above, one of the artists with some of her work on the wall behind. She also happens to be one of my wife’s friends. We bought one of her paintings: a landscape featuring a lake scene.
Taken with a Sony RX-100 M3