My Flickr contact Werner Schwehm took this great image of a man wearing a checkered shirt walking beneath a building with a checkered facade and on a walkway with checkered tiles.
Flickr member UkrainianSensation posted this great image from the Haight-Ashbury section of San Francisco taken with his Ricoh GR.
My Flickr contact rainy day took this fantastic picture of the Shanghai, China skyline.
Flickr member Stefan Gehmlich posted this great urban landscape taken with his Ricoh GR II. Perfect exposure and a great composition.
My flickr contact Darek Meyer took this fantastic silhouette image in Tokyo, Japan with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact Darek Meyer took this great urban overview image in Tokyo, Japan with his Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Mindaugas Buivydas took this picture with a Canon 6D in Lithuania.
This would be a brilliant image no matter what the atmosphere but the fog juxtaposed with the straight lines of trees and lamps is terrific.
After seeing a show at the Guggenheim Museum we walked across the park to catch a subway on the west side. I have to say, Central Park is magnificent: the trees alone are out of this world and it’s such a special place, like being in Yosemite Valley with cliffs of skyscrapers all around.
This shot is looking due south from a large field right in the middle of the park.
New York is quite a place. I’m glad I don’t live there but I sure do like to visit.
Flickr member Laurent James Antony has posted this great image of a bridge in the new district of Saarbrücken, Germany taken with his Canon 6D.
Some may think this high contrast image is over cooked, but I love it.
Flickr member David Williams took this wide angle shot of London’s Tower Bridge with his Fuji X-E1 and a Fuji XF 10-24mm f/4 lens opened wide to 10mm (about 15mm in 35mm terms).
What strikes me about this image, besides the fact that it’s a very nice composition of an interesting bridge and set of buildings in London, is that there is no visible barrel distortion on the left and right edges. This is impressive for a very wide angle image with any camera/lens system but I have to say, having owned a Canon 5D and a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 L lens (a very high end lens) this is even more impressive.
London City Hall (the distorted building on the right) is shaped that way but if it weren’t it would be a tell for barrel distortion.
It’s possible he’s corrected distortion in Lightroom or another image editing program but I’m thinking not. I’ve asked him up on Flickr so we’ll see but I think the lens is very well made and he’s framed the shot perfectly.