Flickr member Plodicus has posted another terrific paraglider image shot from a paraglider with a Fuji X100S. Amazing.
Flickr member Tom Levold has posted a fantastic image of a Moroccan butcher shop taken with his Fuji X100S.
Flickr member samtup40 has taken a wonderfully lit image of this French ski area with his Fuji X100S.
My flickr contact Darek Meyer is posting some great stuff, this one at night in a fountain in Singapore taken with his Ricoh GR.
My Flickr contact Darek Meyer took this fascinating interior image in Singapore with his Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Andy Woodside took this excellent image in a street market in Vietnam with his Fuji X100. Brilliant use of two scales: very close and far to compose this image.
Flickr member Plodicus took this most excellent image while paragliding of a fellow paraglider with his Fuji X100S. The vignetting really works here although maybe a tad overdone. Still, great image.
Flickr member AM Hellman took this great image of a Calcutta tea shop with his Fuji X100S.
My flickr contact Olivier Stevens took this fantastic image in Tokyo, Japan. Brilliant.
Experimental band, Too Many Zooz rocks in the Union Square subway station in New York. This is a brilliant performance and I hope I find them down there sometime. Wow.
I first saw photographer Alain Laboile’s remarkable images of his family on PetaPixel: Father Captures Carefree Childhood at its best in Heartwarming B&W Photo Series and PetaPixel chose just the right images (and words) to illustrate what is so great about Alain’s collection.
What’s so great about these images? They capture not only the spirit of childhood but also more nuanced personalities of the children and feeling of place that’s so difficult to capture in still photography. Many of these images could have easily been part of the Family of Man exhibit, they’re every bit as good as W. Eugene Smith’s famous image of two children walking out of a tunnel of foliage into light.
The entire series is here: Alain Laboile Photographies: La famille and it’s well worth taking the time to look through the entire series.
There is no mistaking that Alain is a remarkable photographer who has produced a clear channel into the feeling of what it’s like to be in his family. For still photographs to do this is nothing short of amazing.
Flickr member Greg Turner took this picture of the UK coast in storm with his Sony RX1r.
My flickr contact Helena Normark took this amazing image on Gråkallen mountain in Trondheim, Norway with her Fuji X-A1.
My flickr contact Jack David Hubbell posted a number of images from what looks like roller derby on ice (ice derby?) in Council Bluffs, Iowa taken with his Sony RX1. I can’t get enough of Jack’s work, it’s some of the best edgy monochromatic work I’ve ever seen.
My flickr contact Tommi Linna shot this wonderful candid through the window of a frame shop in Stockholm, Sweden. Fantastic image.
My flickr contact Luca Rossini shot this incredibly well lit shot on a bus in Rome with his Sony A7.
My flickr contact Gary Sharp has captured another excellent Oregon coast landscape on a cold and dreary day (typical of the area, I’m sorry to say) with his Ricoh GR.
Macricostas Preserve, Washington, Connecticut.
Loren and I took a short hike on compacted snow and ice around the Macricostas loop using micro spikes. It’s fantastic to have a nice hike like this so close by (ten minutes down the road from my house).
The “summit” of Waramaug Rock affords a nice view of Lake Waramaug and this day it was completely frozen over with lots of ice fishermen out.
Bee Brook was also quite photogenic although it was tough to get down near the water because the snow and ice would collapse under our feet and going into the brook wasn’t something we wanted to do on a cold day.
Great needle ice in patches on the trail. All in all a very nice hike and much needed after lazing around Los Angeles in relative heat.
These are high contrast JPEGs right out of the Ricoh GR. Very little processing. Every now and then I prefer these to the RAWs.
Flickr member Tommi Linna took this wonderful out the window image with his Ricoh GRD IV. Wonderful image and processing.
My flickr contact Chris Leskovsek took this excellent black and white image with his Ricoh GR in Aukland, New Zealand.