• Explore with those you love
Aptos, CA // Sony RX1-R
Make memories with the ones you love. Words I will live by and take further into all my explorations.
Life is full of inspiration, especially from the lovely Melissa Ta.
  • Explore with those you love
Aptos, CA // Sony RX1-R
Make memories with the ones you love. Words I will live by and take further into all my explorations.
Life is full of inspiration, especially from the lovely Melissa Ta.
  • Explore with those you love
Aptos, CA // Sony RX1-R
Make memories with the ones you love. Words I will live by and take further into all my explorations.
Life is full of inspiration, especially from the lovely Melissa Ta.

Explore with those you love

Aptos, CA // Sony RX1-R

Make memories with the ones you love. Words I will live by and take further into all my explorations.

Life is full of inspiration, especially from the lovely Melissa Ta.

  • Center Console
2014 Audi S5 // Sony RX1-r
There was some fantastic light in my car yesterday. Decided to take a few photos of the center console.
I haven’t detailed the interior yet, so there are a few spots here and there from the tint install.
As a car with a dark interior and shiny bits, I found it intriguing to keep the highlights bright, shadows saved a bit since it’s black, and to bring down the black levels for more drama and isolation.
More interior and exterior shots soon. I have a few more installs to finish on the car this week.
  • Center Console
2014 Audi S5 // Sony RX1-r
There was some fantastic light in my car yesterday. Decided to take a few photos of the center console.
I haven’t detailed the interior yet, so there are a few spots here and there from the tint install.
As a car with a dark interior and shiny bits, I found it intriguing to keep the highlights bright, shadows saved a bit since it’s black, and to bring down the black levels for more drama and isolation.
More interior and exterior shots soon. I have a few more installs to finish on the car this week.
  • Center Console
2014 Audi S5 // Sony RX1-r
There was some fantastic light in my car yesterday. Decided to take a few photos of the center console.
I haven’t detailed the interior yet, so there are a few spots here and there from the tint install.
As a car with a dark interior and shiny bits, I found it intriguing to keep the highlights bright, shadows saved a bit since it’s black, and to bring down the black levels for more drama and isolation.
More interior and exterior shots soon. I have a few more installs to finish on the car this week.
  • Center Console
2014 Audi S5 // Sony RX1-r
There was some fantastic light in my car yesterday. Decided to take a few photos of the center console.
I haven’t detailed the interior yet, so there are a few spots here and there from the tint install.
As a car with a dark interior and shiny bits, I found it intriguing to keep the highlights bright, shadows saved a bit since it’s black, and to bring down the black levels for more drama and isolation.
More interior and exterior shots soon. I have a few more installs to finish on the car this week.

Center Console

2014 Audi S5 // Sony RX1-r

There was some fantastic light in my car yesterday. Decided to take a few photos of the center console.

I haven’t detailed the interior yet, so there are a few spots here and there from the tint install.

As a car with a dark interior and shiny bits, I found it intriguing to keep the highlights bright, shadows saved a bit since it’s black, and to bring down the black levels for more drama and isolation.

More interior and exterior shots soon. I have a few more installs to finish on the car this week.

  • Light in the lighthouse
Point Arena, CA // Sony RX1-r
The porch of the entrance to Point Arena Lighthouse is just beautiful in the afternoon. It’s really hot in here, and maybe a bit too bright for someone to look out the windows without squinting, but just shooting one corner of this small room yielded so many fun photos.
Thanks to Melissa for enduring the light!
  • Light in the lighthouse
Point Arena, CA // Sony RX1-r
The porch of the entrance to Point Arena Lighthouse is just beautiful in the afternoon. It’s really hot in here, and maybe a bit too bright for someone to look out the windows without squinting, but just shooting one corner of this small room yielded so many fun photos.
Thanks to Melissa for enduring the light!
  • Light in the lighthouse
Point Arena, CA // Sony RX1-r
The porch of the entrance to Point Arena Lighthouse is just beautiful in the afternoon. It’s really hot in here, and maybe a bit too bright for someone to look out the windows without squinting, but just shooting one corner of this small room yielded so many fun photos.
Thanks to Melissa for enduring the light!
  • Light in the lighthouse
Point Arena, CA // Sony RX1-r
The porch of the entrance to Point Arena Lighthouse is just beautiful in the afternoon. It’s really hot in here, and maybe a bit too bright for someone to look out the windows without squinting, but just shooting one corner of this small room yielded so many fun photos.
Thanks to Melissa for enduring the light!

Light in the lighthouse

Point Arena, CA // Sony RX1-r

The porch of the entrance to Point Arena Lighthouse is just beautiful in the afternoon. It’s really hot in here, and maybe a bit too bright for someone to look out the windows without squinting, but just shooting one corner of this small room yielded so many fun photos.

Thanks to Melissa for enduring the light!

  • Linda and Dan - Engagement Session
Mount Tamalpais, California // Sony RX1r, Nikon D700
Seated engagement photos are a lot of fun. I’ve been trying different ways to intertwine the couples, and I just love the mess of legs and arms, the leaning and hugging, it just feels so intimate and authentic.
The grassy hills around Mount Tamalpais were perfect. I had a lot of other photos of them standing, walking, and all that, but I feel like these struck me as the most telling of their relationship.
Linda and Dan are a beautiful couple, extremely fun to hang out with, and I’m really excited to shoot their wedding this year.
  • Linda and Dan - Engagement Session
Mount Tamalpais, California // Sony RX1r, Nikon D700
Seated engagement photos are a lot of fun. I’ve been trying different ways to intertwine the couples, and I just love the mess of legs and arms, the leaning and hugging, it just feels so intimate and authentic.
The grassy hills around Mount Tamalpais were perfect. I had a lot of other photos of them standing, walking, and all that, but I feel like these struck me as the most telling of their relationship.
Linda and Dan are a beautiful couple, extremely fun to hang out with, and I’m really excited to shoot their wedding this year.
  • Linda and Dan - Engagement Session
Mount Tamalpais, California // Sony RX1r, Nikon D700
Seated engagement photos are a lot of fun. I’ve been trying different ways to intertwine the couples, and I just love the mess of legs and arms, the leaning and hugging, it just feels so intimate and authentic.
The grassy hills around Mount Tamalpais were perfect. I had a lot of other photos of them standing, walking, and all that, but I feel like these struck me as the most telling of their relationship.
Linda and Dan are a beautiful couple, extremely fun to hang out with, and I’m really excited to shoot their wedding this year.
  • Linda and Dan - Engagement Session
Mount Tamalpais, California // Sony RX1r, Nikon D700
Seated engagement photos are a lot of fun. I’ve been trying different ways to intertwine the couples, and I just love the mess of legs and arms, the leaning and hugging, it just feels so intimate and authentic.
The grassy hills around Mount Tamalpais were perfect. I had a lot of other photos of them standing, walking, and all that, but I feel like these struck me as the most telling of their relationship.
Linda and Dan are a beautiful couple, extremely fun to hang out with, and I’m really excited to shoot their wedding this year.
  • Linda and Dan - Engagement Session
Mount Tamalpais, California // Sony RX1r, Nikon D700
Seated engagement photos are a lot of fun. I’ve been trying different ways to intertwine the couples, and I just love the mess of legs and arms, the leaning and hugging, it just feels so intimate and authentic.
The grassy hills around Mount Tamalpais were perfect. I had a lot of other photos of them standing, walking, and all that, but I feel like these struck me as the most telling of their relationship.
Linda and Dan are a beautiful couple, extremely fun to hang out with, and I’m really excited to shoot their wedding this year.

Linda and Dan - Engagement Session

Mount Tamalpais, California // Sony RX1r, Nikon D700

Seated engagement photos are a lot of fun. I’ve been trying different ways to intertwine the couples, and I just love the mess of legs and arms, the leaning and hugging, it just feels so intimate and authentic.

The grassy hills around Mount Tamalpais were perfect. I had a lot of other photos of them standing, walking, and all that, but I feel like these struck me as the most telling of their relationship.

Linda and Dan are a beautiful couple, extremely fun to hang out with, and I’m really excited to shoot their wedding this year.

Standard Weather
Hawk Hill, Sausalito, CA // Sony RX1r
The weather in the San Francisco bay area is truly dynamic. Hot warm days are a sure sign of cold blankets of fog in the evening.
I’m truly lucky to be able to photograph these fleeting moments of fog all the time around SF. This night was especially nice because the fog kept right around the bridge, left the city and east bay alone, and the moon rose just as the sun had set.

Standard Weather

Hawk Hill, Sausalito, CA // Sony RX1r

The weather in the San Francisco bay area is truly dynamic. Hot warm days are a sure sign of cold blankets of fog in the evening.

I’m truly lucky to be able to photograph these fleeting moments of fog all the time around SF. This night was especially nice because the fog kept right around the bridge, left the city and east bay alone, and the moon rose just as the sun had set.

  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 
  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 
  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 
  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 
  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 
  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 
  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 
  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 
  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 
  • Stephanie and Joe
Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e
These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.
Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.
Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.
Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.
Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 

Stephanie and Joe

Engagement Session // Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Rockridge, CA // Nikon D700 & D800e

These two are very special to me. Some of my life’s best memories come from these two.

Stephanie has an energy and optimism that is encouraging and life changing. I see the world in a very different way because of her.

Joe first materialized into the world as a partner in crime. Together we tackled countless projects, startups, and without him I would be nowhere near where I am today. He’s young at heart but packs wisdom that’s always been admirable and inspiring. If I had to choose a friend that I could count on no matter what, it’s him. And I have.

Seeing two of my friends come together and becoming such a loving and happy couple is truly something special. It’s a great privilege to photograph their engagement, and an honor to be part of their wedding.

Be ready for one heck of a best man speech! 

  • Zebra ‘O Clock
Stacie Hess // Sony RX1R
Afternoon light through the french doors of my home office always casts amazing striped light. Homage to my friend Klo’s genious hashtag.
Always wonderful to spend time and shoot with Stacie Hess.
  • Zebra ‘O Clock
Stacie Hess // Sony RX1R
Afternoon light through the french doors of my home office always casts amazing striped light. Homage to my friend Klo’s genious hashtag.
Always wonderful to spend time and shoot with Stacie Hess.
  • Zebra ‘O Clock
Stacie Hess // Sony RX1R
Afternoon light through the french doors of my home office always casts amazing striped light. Homage to my friend Klo’s genious hashtag.
Always wonderful to spend time and shoot with Stacie Hess.
  • Zebra ‘O Clock
Stacie Hess // Sony RX1R
Afternoon light through the french doors of my home office always casts amazing striped light. Homage to my friend Klo’s genious hashtag.
Always wonderful to spend time and shoot with Stacie Hess.

Zebra ‘O Clock

Stacie Hess // Sony RX1R

Afternoon light through the french doors of my home office always casts amazing striped light. Homage to my friend Klo’s genious hashtag.

Always wonderful to spend time and shoot with Stacie Hess.

City Storms
Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1R
Winter gives us some of the most dramatic skies here in the bay area. Looking forward to chasing more of these beautiful clouds.

City Storms

Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1R

Winter gives us some of the most dramatic skies here in the bay area. Looking forward to chasing more of these beautiful clouds.

Coffee Vibes
Saint Frank, San Francisco, CA // Sony RX1r
There’s something about coffee shops and light that always makes for great photos. Saint Frank is designed all around light and beautiful soft colored hardwood.

Coffee Vibes

Saint Frank, San Francisco, CA // Sony RX1r

There’s something about coffee shops and light that always makes for great photos. Saint Frank is designed all around light and beautiful soft colored hardwood.

  • Coffee with Klo
Toast Oakland, CA // Sony RX1r
Klo is an inspiring photographer. She is always bubbling with ideas and has a way with people that make her an incredible portrait photographer. Never afraid to speak her mind, you can trust what she says and know that when she puts her mind to something, she’ll impress.
Had a great time at brunch with Klo, Diyosa, Ricky, Marco, Alice, Roberto, and Issa at Toast in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland, CA. We fully took over the front of the restaurant to take photos.
See more of Klo’s work here: klodjanadervishi.com
  • Coffee with Klo
Toast Oakland, CA // Sony RX1r
Klo is an inspiring photographer. She is always bubbling with ideas and has a way with people that make her an incredible portrait photographer. Never afraid to speak her mind, you can trust what she says and know that when she puts her mind to something, she’ll impress.
Had a great time at brunch with Klo, Diyosa, Ricky, Marco, Alice, Roberto, and Issa at Toast in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland, CA. We fully took over the front of the restaurant to take photos.
See more of Klo’s work here: klodjanadervishi.com
  • Coffee with Klo
Toast Oakland, CA // Sony RX1r
Klo is an inspiring photographer. She is always bubbling with ideas and has a way with people that make her an incredible portrait photographer. Never afraid to speak her mind, you can trust what she says and know that when she puts her mind to something, she’ll impress.
Had a great time at brunch with Klo, Diyosa, Ricky, Marco, Alice, Roberto, and Issa at Toast in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland, CA. We fully took over the front of the restaurant to take photos.
See more of Klo’s work here: klodjanadervishi.com
  • Coffee with Klo
Toast Oakland, CA // Sony RX1r
Klo is an inspiring photographer. She is always bubbling with ideas and has a way with people that make her an incredible portrait photographer. Never afraid to speak her mind, you can trust what she says and know that when she puts her mind to something, she’ll impress.
Had a great time at brunch with Klo, Diyosa, Ricky, Marco, Alice, Roberto, and Issa at Toast in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland, CA. We fully took over the front of the restaurant to take photos.
See more of Klo’s work here: klodjanadervishi.com
  • Coffee with Klo
Toast Oakland, CA // Sony RX1r
Klo is an inspiring photographer. She is always bubbling with ideas and has a way with people that make her an incredible portrait photographer. Never afraid to speak her mind, you can trust what she says and know that when she puts her mind to something, she’ll impress.
Had a great time at brunch with Klo, Diyosa, Ricky, Marco, Alice, Roberto, and Issa at Toast in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland, CA. We fully took over the front of the restaurant to take photos.
See more of Klo’s work here: klodjanadervishi.com

Coffee with Klo

Toast Oakland, CA // Sony RX1r

Klo is an inspiring photographer. She is always bubbling with ideas and has a way with people that make her an incredible portrait photographer. Never afraid to speak her mind, you can trust what she says and know that when she puts her mind to something, she’ll impress.

Had a great time at brunch with Klo, Diyosa, Ricky, Marco, Alice, Roberto, and Issa at Toast in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland, CA. We fully took over the front of the restaurant to take photos.

See more of Klo’s work here: klodjanadervishi.com

  • The Union Street p.II
Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r
Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.
You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.
What was in the bag
Nikon D800e
Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
Sony RX1r
Mophie charger
Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.
Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.
Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.
Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.
Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.
This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.
  • The Union Street p.II
Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r
Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.
You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.
What was in the bag
Nikon D800e
Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
Sony RX1r
Mophie charger
Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.
Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.
Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.
Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.
Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.
This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.
  • The Union Street p.II
Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r
Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.
You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.
What was in the bag
Nikon D800e
Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
Sony RX1r
Mophie charger
Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.
Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.
Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.
Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.
Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.
This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.
  • The Union Street p.II
Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r
Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.
You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.
What was in the bag
Nikon D800e
Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
Sony RX1r
Mophie charger
Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.
Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.
Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.
Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.
Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.
This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.
  • The Union Street p.II
Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r
Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.
You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.
What was in the bag
Nikon D800e
Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
Sony RX1r
Mophie charger
Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.
Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.
Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.
Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.
Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.
This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.
  • The Union Street p.II
Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r
Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.
You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.
What was in the bag
Nikon D800e
Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
Sony RX1r
Mophie charger
Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.
Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.
Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.
Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.
Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.
This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.
  • The Union Street p.II
Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r
Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.
You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.
What was in the bag
Nikon D800e
Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
Sony RX1r
Mophie charger
Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.
Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.
Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.
Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.
Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.
This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.
  • The Union Street p.II
Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r
Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.
You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.
What was in the bag
Nikon D800e
Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
Sony RX1r
Mophie charger
Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.
Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.
Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.
Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.
Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.
This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.
  • The Union Street p.II
Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r
Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.
You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.
What was in the bag
Nikon D800e
Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
Sony RX1r
Mophie charger
Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.
Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.
Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.
Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.
Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.
This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.

The Union Street p.II

Vollmer Peak Trail, Berkeley, CA // Sony RX1r

Today I brought The Union Street camera bag by ONABags with me on a hike to catch sunrise. Unfortunately the entirety of the sunrise was blanked in a heavy fog. Fortunately, this gave me plenty of opportunity to take photos of the bag with the beautiful diffused light.

You may have seen my first impressions post a few days ago, but here are a few more thoughts with the the bag on it’s second photo outing.

What was in the bag

  • Nikon D800e
  • Nikkor 85mm 1.4G
  • Carl Zeiss 21/2,8
  • Sony RX1r
  • Mophie charger
  • Glif iPhone mount + hotshoe mount
  • Accessories: extra batteries, gloves, air blower, filter wallet, memory.

Comfort - even though the bag was full if stuff, I actually felt more comfortable with this bag than with my InCase Ari Marcopoulus bag. The Ari bag was more designed to be fit close, but I never felt too comfortable with it. The Union Street sits a bit low and loose, but despite that, doesn’t swing around too much. Since it’s really snug, nothing shifted around either, especially when we had to go “through” a fence by hopping it. The huge padding I was complaining about before, actually did an awesome job of cushioning the hard edges of my equipment from my back and side.

Functionality - I continue to love the buckles over traditional zippers. The buckles release easily and access to things is really good. Everything I needed was snug, yet I could get everything out that I needed. I was previously not sure if it would function well with both the RX1r and D800e, but it worked well. There was no way to strap my tripod to it, so I just carried my tripod by hand. This may also be why this bag is just more easy to carry. Holding a tripod by hand isn’t a big deal, though this bag definitely has no place for it. The side pockets held my Mophie charger and my hotshoe mount with Glif, they were actually really easy to pull out. It wasn’t a mess of wrestling to get them free.

Looks - This bag is really nice to photograph. Catches light nicely, the canvas doesn’t cause for reflections, and the leather accents gives it just enough character to be interesting. The handle dye seems to have transferred a bit onto the top canvas, doesn’t look great, but not even sure where and when that happened. The bottom of the bag is leather, which keeps it from getting dirty when sitting in grass and dirt (not pictured are the numerous nuggets of cow leftovers…). When the bag is hanging from the handle, the front faces down, which is great for accessing stuff, but impossible to take photos of. So I had to hang from the strap for a few of the hanging photos on my tripod. Damn this bag looks good.

Overall, I really like this bag. Probably my favorite looking bag so far, and surprisingly functions better than I expected. I think it will replace my other shoulder bag for good. Now ONA Bags just needs to come out with a tripod sling or something.

This post was made and motivated 100% for my own interest. No sponsorships, bias, or anything of that nature prompted this post. I have a love for product photography, so I’ll readily review anything that photographs well.

Drift To Me
Shasta Lake, California // Sony RX1r
I was so drawn to this piece of driftwood. I was taking landscapes of Shasta Lake and nothing was as photogenic as this. I just held it out in front of me and took a photo. Now this has come home with me on my mantel. I still need to soak it in water/bleach just in case though. Yikes.

Drift To Me

Shasta Lake, California // Sony RX1r

I was so drawn to this piece of driftwood. I was taking landscapes of Shasta Lake and nothing was as photogenic as this. I just held it out in front of me and took a photo. Now this has come home with me on my mantel. I still need to soak it in water/bleach just in case though. Yikes.

Road Tripping
Highway 44 in Lassen Volcanic National Park // Sony RX1r
Ended the year on a great road trip to Lassen Volcanic National Park, Mount Shasta, Eureka, and down to Fort Bragg with Issa. I brought along a Polaroid OneStep that my co-worker, Rory, gave me for Christmas.

Road Tripping

Highway 44 in Lassen Volcanic National Park // Sony RX1r

Ended the year on a great road trip to Lassen Volcanic National Park, Mount Shasta, Eureka, and down to Fort Bragg with Issa. I brought along a Polaroid OneStep that my co-worker, Rory, gave me for Christmas.

Early Winter Falls
McArthur-Burney Falls // Nikon D800e + Zeiss 21mm 2.8
I had no idea what to expect, but when I got here I was pleasantly surprised. Powerful water against a beautiful wall of moss and rock. A little snow speckled the surrounding area and created a magical scene.

Early Winter Falls

McArthur-Burney Falls // Nikon D800e + Zeiss 21mm 2.8

I had no idea what to expect, but when I got here I was pleasantly surprised. Powerful water against a beautiful wall of moss and rock. A little snow speckled the surrounding area and created a magical scene.

Coffee with Issa
Foreign Cinema, San Francisco, California // Sony RX1r
Issa is pretty special. The most genuine and caring friend you can have, someone you can completely trust and rely on. She comes through on everything.
It’s rare to meet someone who really means what they say, isn’t afraid to tell you what they think, and ultimately someone you can be yourself around.
Talented photographer, public health masters degree genius, and amazing company. She loves to read signs and anything that’s little. If she happens upon something historical and smaller in size than normal, she’s going to be incredibly happy.
See her amazing work: http://melissata.com

Coffee with Issa

Foreign Cinema, San Francisco, California // Sony RX1r

Issa is pretty special. The most genuine and caring friend you can have, someone you can completely trust and rely on. She comes through on everything.

It’s rare to meet someone who really means what they say, isn’t afraid to tell you what they think, and ultimately someone you can be yourself around.

Talented photographer, public health masters degree genius, and amazing company. She loves to read signs and anything that’s little. If she happens upon something historical and smaller in size than normal, she’s going to be incredibly happy.

See her amazing work: http://melissata.com

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