I received a nice surprise in my inbox this morning. VSCO has selected two of my photos to feature in curated search results. I’m not too sure what that means and when my photos will appear (or for how long) but it’s great to be featured by VSCO again. Here are my photos:
I’m watching a couple photography related videos today and just watched this Leica video titled “Richard Seymour: Photographing Leitz-Park with the Leica S”. Seymour’s work is amazing, absolutely beautiful: https://vimeo.com/139925712 I like his comment that – … all visual creators are passionate about their environment …” and how this passionate drives photographers to create great work.
I took advantage of some time at a recent event at Yahoo!’s offices in Tel-Aviv to take a few photos of Tel-Aviv from relatively high up. It is a remarkable view of the city! https://flic.kr/p/sSJZkT It was also a really hot day, the temperatures hit the low 40s (centigrade) and I think these photos convey a…… Continue reading The remarkable Tel-Aviv cityscape
I love this collection of graffiti characters. I noticed the graffiti tribe painted on various walls in an open space near my office in Ramat Gan. https://flic.kr/p/tPFT2V https://flic.kr/p/tPyGuR The rest of my album is here.
As I wrote the other day, my wife and I took the train north for some family admin. I just finished processing my photos from the trip and I’m still a fan of Gautrain platforms and stations. Here are a couple of my photos from the album. I used the opportunity to experiment a little…… Continue reading Heading north on the Gautrain – part 2
I’m heading to Centurion with my wife this morning for some civil service admin and, hopefully, a more efficient process. I’m using the trip as an opportunity to capture more Gautrain images for my collection. I managed to delete my RAW files from my Rhodesfield collection (I still cringe when I think about it). I…… Continue reading Heading north on the Gautrain