Evening drive into Sosúa, the Dominican Republic. Hyperlapse Video.
Taken looking into the crosswalk at the north end of the junction of 55th and Madison in January 2016. I wanted the gritty cold feeling of the day. The photograph was developed in Photoshop and Lightroom with Perfectly Clear v2 with a 50mm prime lens on a Sony Alpha 77II.
In a recent school project my Daughter said I take great photographs of food I can’t eat and this is a great example of one. This Burrata looks divine and I love the slightly creamy contrast between it and the plate. The classic green and red of the basil and tomato make the dish really pop. What is a Burrata?
This project is a digital cover for a 21 track downloadable package for Sony Music. In the first round I presented 13 designs some of which were typographical solutions, some utilized my photography and then there were some combined versions. You can see the second round here. You can see the final product on iTunes.
I love this photograph particularly since landscapes have never been something I find particularly rewarding. The whole point of taking a picture for me is to tell a story, capture a moment or emotion. Landscapes can be majestic but I always find them a little underwhelming to capture or create. This photo works for me with the dramatic post processing of the RAW image with the foreground rock popping with green algae from the lake. The western read from right to left with the trees and shoreline drifting in to the open lake is interesting.