Railroad, Port Chester. Nikon D7100. 24 mm. ISO 400. Double exposure. 1/400 sec at f/10. Copyright Joanne Mason 2016.
This is the main northeast railroad through Port Chester, New York. Although the scene is contemporary, I like the older look here. This image gives me the feeling of looking through a window (and not a clean one at that). With no disrespect to the people of Port Chester, I think we’ve a tendency to let many of our towns and villages age less than gracefully. I hope this conveys that sense.
Spiral. Fuji X100. 23 mm. ISO 200. 1/400 sec at f/11. Copyright Joanne Mason 2015.
For a change of pace, this is the Guggenheim Museum in New York. It’s a somewhat iconic image; I wanted to do it a little differently, thus the double exposure blur. (Click image for larger.)
Back Porch, Surry Hills. Nikon D200. 23 mm. ISO 125. 1/15 sec at f/4.0. Copyright Joanne Mason 2015.
I found this while browsing through my image files; it’s from a few years ago. The scene is the view from my back porch in Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia. The original image was rather plain, I’ve added some processing to give it a more painterly look. A lovely place I was quite fond of. Colors are pretty much as in the original raw image.
Stand on 44th. Fuji X100. 23 mm. 1/125 sec f/16 @ ISO 2000. June 2013. Copyright 2013 Joanne Mason.
Some color … This street vendor’s stand was on East 44th St in New York City. There’s a plethora of these stands, seemingly at every corner in midtown.
Sydney Opera House. Panasonic LX-1. 12 mm. ISO 400. 1/1600 sec at f/7.1. Copyright 2013 Joanne Mason.
Here’s another old image as I continue cleaning out old drives. This is the iconic opera house in Sydney, NSW Australia. From almost any viewpoint and angle, the opera house is spectacular. But I think I like it best from a distance, as it rises from the landscape .
Brunswick Street. Nikon D200. 70-210 mm f/2.8 Nikkor. 120 mm. ISO 320. 1/50 sec at f/11. November 2004. Copyright 2013 Joanne Mason.
For a complete change of pace … Going through some old images on a hard drive. This is one of (in my opinion) the most exhilarating streets in one of the world’s coolest cities. This is Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne. (Click for larger.)