Sometimes getting a photo means standing in a spot where you’re not really supposed to be.Continue reading “Minneapolis Panoramic”
The Foshay Tower, in Minneapolis Minnesota, officially opened in September of 1929, with a blowout party that included Hollywood stars and national political figures, each of whom reportedly received a gold watch just for showing up. John Philip Sousa had been commissioned to write a march; his fee was $20,000.Continue reading “Foshay Tower”
Smartphones have crushed the camera market like a handful of dry twigs.Continue reading “Lenses are the real deal”
I did this a couple of years ago – it’s the elevated platform of the Lake Street light rail station here in Minneapolis. I’d done a photo here long before, and had returned to get a different viewpoint, looking north towards downtown. It’s geometry and tinted glass; a strangely cool piece of urban design, standing over a couple of desolate city blocks where you don’t hang around after dark.Continue reading “I don’t know this guy.”
In a previous post I explained how Google wasn’t indexing my photos at SmugMug, and in another post I detailed how attacked that problem by creating a blog site and putting my SmugMug site on a subdomain.
I think I might be seeing some payoff. But only maybe.Continue reading “Google is now indexing my photos! Well maybe.”