Category Archive: photography

Copenhagen | Seosamh Macgiollaphádraig

Copenhagen is as ridiculously beautiful as it is expensive. It oozes with style and panache and it probably has the world’s coolest citizenry. Seosamh Macgiollaphádraig To see more of his work visit http://www.flickr.com/photos/dublinroad/sets The… Continue reading

The search for real black | Kodak TMax 100 vs. Ilford Pan FPlus 50 | L Brady

I was trying to think of something more to say on this but I’ve got nothing! I want real black not muddy brown. Obviously I’m interested in B/W film. Sometimes I think I… Continue reading

Centennial Dam and Stone Mill | Dedham MA. | L Brady

It’s been a while since I went out on a snowy, rainy day to shoot these. Spring has begun. The original  idea was to demonstrate exposure bracketing but as always, I learn much… Continue reading

Exposure Bracketing | return to Mother Brook | Leo Brady

Exposure bracketing is a simple technique professional photographers use to ensure they properly expose their pictures, especially in challenging lighting situations. When you expose for a scene, your camera’s light meter will select… Continue reading

Berlin | Seosamh Macgiollaphádraig

From December 15th to 21st, 2012, I got the chance to visit Berlin, Copenhagen and Malmö which I’d consider to be three of the great cities of Europe. Berlin It’s one of the… Continue reading

Stone Mill & Mother Brook, Dedham MA | L Brady

Fuji XPro1 18mm (27mm equiv.) lens F11 1/420 ISO 200 in B/W Mode *basic cleanup mods Fuji XPro1 18mm (27mm equiv.) lens F11 1/350 ISO 200 in B/W Mode *basic cleanup mods Fuji… Continue reading

Nor’easter | Here comes the calvary…. YAYYYYYY | Day 3

As day 3 arrives, no sign of the snow plow. There’s 4 feet of snow still in the street. It’s a Sunday. I’m sure the phone lines to City Hall were burning up.… Continue reading

Nor’easter | the rude awakening…. Day 2

It had been snowing all night but all things must pass, even nor’easters. These storms remind all of us living here of the awesome power of nature. One gains  respect quickly as well… Continue reading

Nor’easter | And so it begins…. Day 1 / updated

A nor’easter is a cyclonic storm that moves along the east coast of North America. It’s called “nor’easter” because the winds over coastal areas blow from a northeasterly direction. More about nor’easters It’s… Continue reading

Treasure Hunting

click image for a more detailed view Nikon D100, Nikon 18-70mm 70mm F5 at 1/800s Massachusetts has an area of its land that juts out into the sea like a curled arm. It’s… Continue reading