Leica Akademie Available Light workshop

Photo / May. 17, 2012

These are a few of my shots from the Leica Available Light workshop in D.C. The workshop was a good experience, and I would recommend any one of them. Bottom line: Leica people are good people. Plus there’s a big pile of über expensive toys you get to try out! Snaps to the Leica Akademie US director Tom Smith and guest star Chris Anderson, founder of Momenta Workshops. Chris is an amazing guy, and the Momenta Workshop seem pretty amazing. He showed work from his students that blew us all away.

Also, if I may blaspheme a bit, the 50mm Summilux is really nice, but my Zeiss ZM 50 is so much nicer feeling in your hand and easier to focus.


Photo / Apr. 30, 2011

I got up super early to shoot some photos of the Memorial Bridge for an On Site project, but the weather and light didn’t cooperate like I had hoped. Did get this shot of the sunrise with some seriously funky clouds …

… and this close up of one of the Arts of War statues. I think this one is Valor (but don’t quote me on that.)

Landing at National

Photo / Feb. 13, 2011

I love National Airport because it’s super convenient, and sometimes if fortune’s on your side, you get amazing views like this as you land.

Two more landmarks after the jump »