Saturday, October 31, 2009

The Halloween Spirit

Just something to put you in the Halloween spirit.

Friday, October 30, 2009

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Looking Down on Fall

Decided to change my view a little bit and get up high. It's interesting what you can see when you're up there just looking around.

Hard at Work

I like the contrast of the book clad office with the cars on the street below. Sometimes you forget when your in your office about the world around you, but when you're on another building looking at 10 or 15 people in their offices, it's an interesting sight.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Senate Park

I've been walking by this spot for several weeks and finally decided to grab the tri-pod. I kept looking around for the police, but surprisingly I wasn't stopped....first time. The second one is an HDR for two of the zones, and I was amazed a the cone of light coming off the top of the dome.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Police and Perspective (distortion that is)

It never seems to fail that anytime I go out at night with a tri-pod I get stopped by the police, never during the day. I understand they're just doing their job and I'm always polite to them....but do terrorists only do surveillance at night?

Monday, October 12, 2009

Congratulations Noah and Bari!

A Selected Video Slideshow after the jump (not visible in most readers).

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Lexus Listening Lounge - Ryan Leslie

Last night was an exciting night photographing the Lexus Listening Lounge with performances by Ryan Leslie and Hal Linton at the Long View Gallery.  Lexus brought down some of their new stock including the HS hybrid .  They put on a pretty good show, at one point Ryan continued to play as his keyboard was falling over and a fan was holding it up for him.  The second to last picture is the bass player on his knees in a serious riff, and the last one is one of the audience with just one of those looks.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Kids in Action

I had the privileged of photographing a program called "Kids in Action" put on by HSC Pediatric Center. Many of the therapists, along with community volunteers come together to help special needs children experience team play and some of the thrill of the baseball diamond.

Here's one of the volunteers, Jacob, warming up some of the staff and some of the family members before the kids arrive.