Fujifilm XF 90mm Preview

Fuji X-T1, XF 90mm f/2, 1/180, iso 3200

I've been playing with the new Fujifilm XF 90mm lens for a few days, and while I plan to write a complete review very soon, this lens has blown me away so much, I wanted to share one photo first. I casually took this photo of a friend of mine, and, man, this lens is sharp. I'll be putting it through it's paces over the coming days, shooting a couple of corporate events, some portrait sessions and even a wedding over the weekend, and I'll have my complete take on it next week.

Leisure Cruise, Dry Ice and the Fuji X100

Fuji X100, f/2, 1/420

I've been covering the band Leisure Cruise since their inception, shooting in the studio, at various concert venues, and a little while ago, photographing a conceptual session in collaboration with The Windmill Factory. With art direction by founding Creative Director, Jon Morris, we played with some dry ice, a "Glam" light and the Fuji X100. In short, we had a blast.

This photo is currently featured over at Philthymag. Be sure to check out the band's website for their upcoming tour dates, and if you haven't seen their latest music video (also directed by Jon Morris of The Windmill Factory), you should do so right away:

Sunset Engagement Session - Heather and Justin

As I posted earlier this week, I love where my work as a photographer takes me in New York. I really enjoy getting so many different perspectives of the city, but even more than that, I love creating images with my clients and capturing them in their neighborhood.

Heather and Justin live in Midtown, right next to the Empire State Building. We had a great time shooting around sunset in Madison Square Park, and out by the Flatiron Building, but then we went to their spectacular rooftop, took in the breathtaking views of the city and created some wonderful images.

Gwyn and Cody Headshots

I had a great shoot the other day with my friends Gwyn and Cody. They are two super-talented performers, and they took advantage of scheduling a session with me at the same time so they could save on the cost of an individual headshot session. We had a great time on the streets of Brooklyn, and you can check out a few of the shots below.