It was morning and I was in the process of trying out the new Moment Lens Wide and I wanted to capture this scene—so, I sat down. At first, I was just soaking it all in - loving the details of this place. I was also waiting for the woman in purple and pink to move (no offense ma'am, those colors just don't go with the scene). I realized after about 10 minutes that she had settled in, so I took the shot.
I shoot all my photography these days with a Micro Four Thirds camera a few reasons. The most important is the small form factor and light weight. A camera that is small and light enough to carry with me everyday has totally made the difference in my photography. Moment plans to bring a high quality lens to your mobile device - making your photo gear even smaller.
I recently found Trouvé magazine by stumbling on the site which was made using a template I developed for the Squarespace platform. Pleasantly surprised by the style of the site and especially the look of the magazine, I had to order Volume One. Here a few take aways from my experience with this magazine over the weekend.
Everyday I commute from Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn into SoHo, Manhattan to work. Mornings are the perfect time for me to practice the craft of photography ... mind is fresh, air is crisp, the light is dramatic and the sidewalk might be clean. On occasion, I'll hop off the J train at an early stop and walk a little bit – just to let the street speak to me.