So many times during life, you find yourself doing something in which you think, “Why am I doing this? Am I getting anyplace? Am I crazy? I don’t seem to be advancing? Should I keep this up or quit?”
The Fashion Shoot.
So, you ask, how was Cairo? This is how.
Thanks to Adobe Photoshop’s new ‘neural filters’, I’ve been reprinting some of my previous years’ photos to increase their dynamic range.
Aerial drone panorama of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on a cloudy day.
I’d only 45 minutes to visit la Basilica de Sagrada Familia after speaking at conference in Barcelona on the afternoon of September 14, 2018. It had been 20 years since I’d seen the world’s most audacious church, which back then hadn’t yet a roof. My wife was with me, there were hundreds of tourists there, and I’d carried with me a single camera (a Sony a77 mirrorless DSLR) and two lenses (a Sony-Zeiss 24-70mm and a Sigma 8-16mm). Yet the warm, angular light was nearly a late summer sunset, and those two lenses are nearly perfect for photographing architecture of such scale. I knew that I’d have just enough time to do justice to the colors of this wondrous building still under construction. What do you think? (Click here to see the individual photos.)
Table Mountain in the background. May 7, 2018 (Click the photo to enlarge.)
The Summer Palace, Beijing. March 2000.