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Urban Geometry in the West

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Williams Feed Dillon, Montana (October 2016)iPhone 6S + 29/2.2

Williams Feed
Dillon, Montana (October 2016)
iPhone 6S + 29/2.2

Just so everyone understands — “au revoir” means I’ll see you again… it does not mean I’m never coming back.  My intent is to share images when I feel like it now, and not feeling internally required to do so.  I think this will make for better images and improved posts over time.

At any rate, this is not an “I’m back”; this is “I never left, but needed a break and will be doing things differently now”.

20 thoughts on “Urban Geometry in the West

    1. Elisa

      for me that’s all fake, i do what i want to do when i want to do it, if someone walks alongside, great…not here to meet expectations 🙂

      you know what expectations get you…

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  1. David

    Gorgeous B&W from an iPhone. Haven’t quite mastered my phone’s camera just yet.

    Posting on your own schedule, always the best way to approach it. And, I certainly understand how some posts take time to pull together. A few of my own have taken 6-7-8 weeks to complete, wanting to have the proper narrative to go along with photos.

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    1. Mitch Zeissler Post author

      Thank you kindly, David. Each new iteration of the iPhone has had a improved camera that can produce stellar images if you give it a fair shake, especially now that they can shoot in RAW.

      I know what you mean about pulling together a post. Some of my images have had to wait as much as a decade for the technology to mature enough for me to make them look the way I had envisioned them. Here’s a case in point; just be sure to click on the image, then a second click to see it at full resolution: https://exploratorius.us/2013/08/15/spring-in-the-san-juans/

      I’m thinking of adding more narrative, now that I no longer have the pressure of posting daily.

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