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Posts Categorized: Photography
After the big Bahamas Blue Hole dive to 517ft that Brock Brinkerhoff & John Chatterton made, I took a few photos on the dive platform. I like the following, particularly:
After building his web site Danny’O wanted me to pose for a portrait. I wanted to do a time lapse. Bingo.
In our quest to put more hours on our rebreathers, Sam and I dove the stern of the Chester Poling yesterday, a classic new england dive. It was my first good pair of dives on the wreck. The first one was spent trying to figure out my respiratory rate on doubles trying to ‘move the… Read more »
I just got a Sigma DP1 last week. I was lucky enough to get my hand on one of the very limited supply of DP1s in the US (as of this post, DP1 are out of stock at Amazon, BHPhotoVideo and Adorama). But I just sold it on ebay. Why ? I really wanted to… Read more »
The Bostonist posted a photo of mine which I submitted today, pretty cool. (It’s from Jan 2006)
At home in Provence for a few days, I decided to code a few things. Here is one, a statistics page for my gallery, powered by ZenPhoto, which shows a few different charts such as this one: I am using the rather new Google Chart API to generate the charts.
Nothing out of the ordinary lately, as the first snow settles on the streets of Boston. I went to the Boston Auto Show recently and snapped a few pictures of the Nissan GT-R, the Dodge Challenger SRT and the Audi R8 (highlight of the show but bleh, IMHO):
Wrote a few entries on the company blog, one about a Two Headed Tadpole and one about my commute to work. Also of interest, the recounting of a BzzAgent company outing for which I took photos : While I am talking about my commute, I wanted to mention a very good podcast I listen to… Read more »
Sometimes the story behind the photo is more interesting than the photo. Well, so I think this one has a cool story, here it goes At the time, I was living in Roslindale, a quaint neighborhood in the outskirts of the city of Boston. On my way to the center of town, I would always… Read more »