Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/06/10[Author Prev] [Author Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Author Index] [Topic Index] [Home] [Search]
To answer a number of questions about what's with me and what have I been up to - - My health is fine, thanks; - I'm very busy in my day job - some of you may have noticed a flood of recent stories about some exciting stem cell research ;-) - I've been busy shooting - Among other recent jobs: Here's a slide show with sound of two days of wedding prep and wedding at the Baltimore zoo - www.bdcolenphoto.com/aliceandtriften Here's a pdf of a complete book shot at the Broad Institute of the celebration of Eric Lander's - he of the human genome project - 50th birthday and the 20th anniversary of his lab - email@example.com And here's book 2 of a 2 book shoot I did of a weekend celebration of the life of the deceased wife of a Detroit auto exec. The first volume was the gathering of family and friends the day before; this volume captures the event itself, held at Symphony Hall in Detroit. www.bdcolenphoto.com/millerbook2.pdf Other than that I just finished teaching my documentary photo class at MIT, and next month will be teaching my Maine Photographic Workshop class. Next spring I'll be teaching my doc photo class at both MIT and the Harvard Extension School. So that's what I've been up to. Oh, right, and I am still shooting with the Olympus E1, E330, and occasionally the E500. And to echo the comments of several of you, the 7-14 f4 is a terrific lens; it's virtually welded to my e330 body - the combination of the super wide angle and the flip out - and therefore waist-level - viewing screen is terrific.