ISO 320 1/125 sec f.95 50mm (Leica M Monochrom, Leica 50mm noctilux, Lr 4.3, Aperture 3.3)
I don’t typically take a picture and immediate process it but we were driving home tonight and as we were crossing the railroad tracks, I noticed the alignment of the tracks and the full moon. P.S. Another good reason why you should always carry your camera. ISO 500 1/60 sec f1.4 35mm (Leica M Monochrom, […]
Repost from July 2011 My wife and I spent 4 years in Des Moines, IA while I was receiving my degree. The first couple years I was vey busy with my work and never showed much interest in photography. Midway through my second year, my father lost his year long battle with cancer. When he […]
Every time I come back to Des Moines, I always have to travel out to this railroad bridge in Booneville. For some reason I never get bored taking pictures of it. Previously, I shot a HDR but I thought I would post a single shot I took this weekend using my Leica 35mm.
Often, photographers are attempting to find symmetry or patterns within their environment that would be eye catching. This picture is a great example. I was standing in the airport waiting to get on one of the trains and noticed the adjacent train sitting there. I noticed the ceiling tiles, train doors, windows, floor tiles, and […]
The Leica M9 is not only known for its great color pics, it’s probably better known for its black and white images. I have to admit, the M9 does a phenomenal job of creating black and white pics. It’s hard to describe what it is but the M9 just has that extra touch when creating […]
If you haven’t noticed I have an interest in railroad tracks. Probably, most photographers do. I think a lot of it has to do with the rust, age, and symmetry of these structures. They often, can make a boring landscape interesting. I also like taking pics of railroad signs. This one was taken on a […]