Took the Sony RX100 III I borrowed out for a test, in one of the most demanding situations for any compact camera: a concert. Low light, fast paced subject (Kimbra) and no space to frame a shot. The Sony performed incredibly well, even with my access to shoot being limited to behind a lot of happy dancing people :) I strongly recommend this camera to anyone tired of dragging their DSLR around everywhere.
Josh calls himself Dolphin Mouth. Good name. Ever better is the mural he painted in our cafe space at IDEO Cambridge. Single point perspective symmetry goodness all in under a fortnight. See our other fortnighters here.
Revisited Mass MoCA a week ago. Arriving early provided a great opportunity to snap some pics with the place to ourselves for a short while. I love industrial buildings like these, the patterns of light cascading onto different hues of rusted metal and stone make great images.
Ashley wanted a new pic to use for work etc. I think she will end up using a black and white version, but here’s one with a warm cross-processed look that I think adds that little something extra.
The neighborhood I live in is interesting to say the least. One of the world epicenters of technology and science, with a wide range of architectural styles. Of course, MIT has buildings all around, some historic red brick, others marvels of modern design with sweeping lines and bold colors. Here’s the first set of my photo exploration.
A few snaps from BBQ goodness with the SapientNitro crew.
Here are three portraits from a session last winter that I didn’t get around to editing until now. I worked with Patty and Jen for hair and makeup respectively.
I visited the Red Sox at Fenway a few weeks ago, and was amazed how melancholy, yet still profoundly atmospheric the ballpark was, even under the remaining snow.