I support Public Transit, Public Education, Public Healthcare, and Public Illumination. All found in Bologna, Italy. A few different typefaces are used.
For a long time I never understood the difference between: Zooming in and standing further away vs. Zooming out and standing closer to the subject.
Now I see the difference. Look at the left and right most frames on the wall. In the top photo all picture frames are proper width. In the bottom the left and right frames are stretched.
Lens is a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L wide-angle.
A number of my photos, mostly related to tea travel, are available for commercial license through Getty Images.
My first exhibition in Berlin. The Tea Cups series of photos are on display at t Berlin. This series reveals the range of color found in tea.
A photo I took of Stephen and Chris at FontShop in 2010 now appears in a special PDF from Accenture. An agency bought a license to the photo through the Flickr Getty connection. See the original photo.
Left Handed Photography Project
In college I took a class called Social Documentation. For the final project we were tasked to study and document something of interest. I chose to develop my story of what it’s like being left handed through studying and photographing specific environments and tools. We were also required to shoot with film cameras and in black and white.
I’ve unearthed photos from 2004 and present some of them today in honor of International Left Handers Day.
Andy Wahrhol Self-portrait