NYC — March 2014

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I took a vacation to NYC at the end of March. I finally got to visit the High Line and Guggenheim Museum. I also made an impromptu trip to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). If you haven’t visited any of these locations, do it. Even on a rather drizzly overcast Saturday, the High Line is… Read more »

WordPress Theme and Plugin

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The great thing about being both a photographer and a software engineer is that I don’t need to rely on others to build my website. The bad thing about being both a photographer and a software engineer is that I have only myself to blame if development is too slow or otherwise not to my… Read more »

San Francisco

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I was going to start this post with a bit of backstory regarding how I ended up in San Francisco. Half-way through my opening paragraph, I realized that it potentially gave away a few confidential details about Kyruus’ upcoming deals. Oops. Instead, here is the simple version. I was initially scheduled to be in town… Read more »

New York City Architecture

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Back in May I posted photos of Michelle in New York City. Well, I have finally finished editing the non-Michelle photos, and I must say I am quite impressed. Normally, I don’t find my non-portraiture work very appealing. After all, I am my own harshest critic. However, these are some of the first architecture photos… Read more »

Pirouette

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On Saturday the MIT Club of Boston held its annual skating party. Here is a GIF I made from a short burst of images shot during the event. This marks my first time using Photoshop CS6’s animation/timeline functionality. Creating this was rather simple with the aid of a nice tutorial.  

Texas State Capitol

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Toward the end of last year I created a photography bucket list with various shots and projects I want work on. One of the items on my list includes a collection of photographs of all 50 state capitols. While I have a few shots of the Rhode Island and Massachusetts capitols, they don’t count because… Read more »

Olympus E-M1

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This past August I “starred” in a web commercial for the Olympus O-MD E-M1. I say “starred” because you don’t see much of me in the commercial (below). Regardless of my lack of screen time, I am simply excited to have taken part in this project and had the opportunity to play with the camera… Read more »

POV Camera Reviews

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Last week, after being enticed by the in-store marketing video, I purchased a GoPro HERO3+: Black Edition along with headstrap and suction cup mounts. As with most impulse purchases, I had a bit of buyer’s remorse after actually using the product. My plan was to shoot some footage of Boston under a few conditions: sunset,… Read more »

Meetup Shoot #3

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My Meetup group hosted a shoot last week where I had the chance to work with four wonderful models and chat with a few fellow photographers. We ended up shooting in Boston around the Copley Square area. All told, this wasn’t a bad way to spend a Saturday. I especially enjoyed shooting the punk series…. Read more »