Posts Tagged california

In my bag

A few weeks ago I wrote a post on the landscape photographer’s arsenal (part I and part II), highlighting some of the essential gear I use on the field. It is only then that it struck me that in all that listing, I never really talked about the lenses I lug around when I go [...]

Square peg

Yup. Still going through my square phase…more to come soon. Sorry for the short posts, but things are looking up. Some exciting stuff is in the works. Stay tuned. [Translate]

Steel Sheets

Some of you already know that I am an unconditional aficionado of Frank Gehry’s architecture, and my last trip to California was an opportunity for me to fulfill a longstanding wish of mine: head to the Disney Concert Hall. Well, when I say fulfilled, only partly so. We only had about 30 min to circle [...]

I could give this one a title

but then again, I choose not to. Not because I am tease. I would never do that to you. Never… This is another shot from the Mesquite Dunes of Death Valley. The B&W conversion was done in Nik Silver Effex Pro, which has become my mainstay B&W converter. The control point tool is a fantastic [...]

A little break…

…from the desert. This is still from my recent California trip. As we are being snowed, rained and sleeted upon today, a little touch of warmth and surf feels just like the perfect tonic. This one is from El Matador beach near Malibu. This beach, which is only accessible at low tide, is a must [...]