Following up on my iPhone posts from last week, today I'll post some pictures from my recent trip, so you can share a few of the things I saw and meet a few of the people.
First, the street photographer (and author of Street Photography) in action—here's my favorite shot of Gordon from our day together in New York.
(It's also a good illustration of why I'm liking the Fuji 14mm lens—one of the big surprises in my recent photographic life. I'm suddenly "seeing wide," and I have no idea why. My 14mm [21mm equivalent] is currently my most-used lens.)
Gordon's an affable and good-humored guy, and those are the qualities that come across front and center, but behind his natural amiability is a thoughtful and incisive mind. He's an astute observer of life and the human condition and has a wry take on the photographic scene. Meeting him, you come away impressed by his forthrightness and natural lack of pretension, too. And I loved his behind-the-scenes stories of his time working in Hollywood, told over lunch.
We did have fun.
Next up, some pictures (and a few product and exhibit mentions) from our day at the show.
(Thanks to Mr. Lewis)
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