Images projected on translucent LED panels
Another shot from April, 2004, shot as a jpeg, straight out of the Dimage A1 but with contemporary B&W processing in Capture One.
Some dirty snow, from the same January 2004 trip to Brooklyn mentioned in the last couple of posts. Notice how the Dimage A-1 lens resolved the snow in the background into lovely circles of confusion.
We browsed in a furniture shop in Brooklyn one day back in January, 2004. Here’s another pic from the Dimage A-1 shot as a straight jpeg before I learned about Raw.
Fun with abstract shapes and tones and the new 5MP Dimage, November, 2003.
We’re still in the archive here, but at this point, Autumn, 2003, I’ve just decided digital has really arrived and I’ve bought the Minolta Dimage A-1, a “prosumer” all-in-one, 5 MP digital camera with a flip-up rear screen, built-in flash, 28-200mm (equivalent) lens – a camera I really loved. At this point, I haven’t yet learned about Raw and I’m still shooting jpegs straight out of the camera.
The balcony of the apartment building across the way, reflected in my neighbor’s window, reflected through my window, with the school next door seen through the neighbor’s window and the window on the perpendicular wall.
No, it’s salad dressing. More fun with the Fujinon 60mm macro lens.
The theme for the next 24 hours will be the blizzard here at the beginning of the week.