April 28, 2006

This year I visited the WPPI and DWF conventions in Vegas again.  And in-between seminars on wedding photography, and meeting with friends and colleagues, I managed to roam around a bit with my camera.

A trumpeting statue at Caesar’s Palace.
Canon 1D mkIIn Canon 70-200mm f2.8 IS
1/40th sec @f2.8 @ 800 ISO. tripod.

Not a fake Vegas moon, but the actual real moon shining through the hazy clouds.
Canon 1D mkIIn Canon 70-200mm f2.8 IS
1/60th sec @f2.8 @ 1600 ISO.

An entrance to one of the multitudes of casinos.
Canon 1D mkIIn Sigma 14mm f2.8
1/30th sec @f5.6 @ 640 iso.

The underbelly of the Parisian sky, and the bottom structure of the Eiffel Tower.
Canon 1D mkIIn Canon 24mm f1.4 L
1/60th sec @f2 @ 640 ISO.

A real neon sign against a fake evening sky inside the Aladdin.
Canon 1D mkIIn Canon 24mm f1.4 L
1/100th sec @f2 @ 800 ISO.

Lights outside the Bellagio against a backdrop of a massive advertising display.
Canon 1D mkIIn Canon 70-200mm f2.8 IS
1/320th sec @f2.8 @ 400 ISO.

New York, New York.
Canon 1D mkIIn
Canon 70-200mm f2.8 IS

The Strip, as seen from the Eiffel Tower.
Canon 1D mkIIn Canon 24mm f1.4 L
1/13th @ f4 @ 640iso

 

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1 Costa Junior December 30, 2010 at 11:52 am

I loved the #1 and #2 pictures, because of the outstanding sense of houmour they have within (the angel’s tromp pointing to the ladie’s butt; the moon appearing as a ping-pong ball). Just perfect for illustrating how the photographer’s mind works, and for giving a glimpse of his “Weltanschauung”.

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