In August 2002 I bought my first digital camera. This was Nikon Coolpix 4500 with 4MP sensor. It was a slow-as-a-dog point and shoot, but produced good images. These are some of the first pictures I shot. Some of the backyard flowers.
Summer 2008. Vancouver, BC. A photo taken at sunset, from the SeaBus. You can see silhouette of the South Vancouver with prominent landmarks like the Vancouver Lookout. The shiny building in the foreground is Canada Place. This photo was taken from inside a glass window and there was some reflection of the inside lights that I have tried to remove but if you look carefully you’ll see that I’ve not completely succeeded.
Exposure Compensation: -0.7
Las Vegas at night (November 1998). Hotel New York, New York. This is an old photo I took with Canon EOS Elan IIE (a film camera) with a Kodak MAX 800 film. This was shot handheld without tripod. The lens was cheap Sigma 28-80mm which resulted in massive distortion. I have used Nikon Capture NX2 to reduce noise and some color correction.
Evening colors in the Columbia Gorge. As seen from the Vista Point. Shot with Nikon D90 and Nikon 10-24mm VR Wide-angle lens. Post-processed with Nikon Capture NX2.
Focal Length: 10mm