This last weekend we spent some family time in Saugatuck, Michigan. Rachel and I decided to bring the Fuji X100T along and shoot all the pictures with it.
I'm back after a couple of weeks without videos. This time, from Lake Michigan, my favorite place to photograph in Indiana.
It was a long but very productive day. I revisited old places and used my newest lens for the first time.
These are some of the images I made during my recent road trip across the Southwest, the West Coast and a bit of the Midwest.Read More
This video is a little bit different. Some street photography POV from Detroit, Michigan.
Camera and Lens: Bronica SQ-Ai, Zenzanon PS 80mm f/2.8
Film stock: Ilford HP5+
Developer: Kodak D76
Notes: Orange Filter
These big, frozen rocks were the first thing that caught my eye once I got to New Buffalo, Michigan. An inch of ice was wrapping them, like big ice cubes. They were smooth, very slippery.
I knew I wanted to photograph them, but I couldn't find a good angle / composition so I gave up and headed towards the beach.
On my way back, I looked for more images near the jetty and saw those rocks again. It was by far the most interesting thing in that place, and I still didn't have an image of it!
I finally found what I was looking for, just when I was ready to give up again due to the freezing wind chills. I saw this space in between four of those rocks, filled with snow, and I decided to compose it. I took two exposures but this is the best one.
Probably not a shot that will speak to many, but it reminds me of that day, brings back feelings of the cold, ice and snow. Frozen rocks from a frozen world.
Last week, I headed just over the Michigan border to photograph a beach I visited 4 years ago in New Buffalo. But it's been so cold that the place doesn't look like a beach at all. It's a frozen world.Read More
We've been in Indiana for two weeks already, and besides a couple of quick outings, I haven't been shooting much. Yesterday, I decided to stop being lazy about it and just get out. My destination: the Indiana Dunes, some one hour and a half away.Read More