It was about that time of year again where I found myself wondering through the city making way towards the Javits Center looking for cars. Not that that ever stops me from finding bikes on the way.
Private shooting range, Beach Lake, Pennsylvania
March 28th 2016. It was grey and gloomy as I joined morning commuters on the LIRR to the city for the New York International Auto Show.
It’s Earth Day, so I’ve put together a collection of our best photos of Earth, shot everywhere from Hawaii to Norway, from Alaska to Mexico, from Scotland to Japan. We’ve seen rain forests, deserts, and snowy mountains in our journeys, as well as some of Earth’s most important cities and famous landmarks. .:Bohan
That’s me in NYC on August 17th at about midnight, if I remember correctly. What am I doing here at this time? The answer is simple. I have a West Coast friend who has an obsession with hitting all 50 states, needs to shoot Formula Drift in Texas, but has a few states to hit […]
PROLOGUE When I was in second grade, my classmates and I “wrote” books about ourselves. I use the term loosely because really we just filled out forms for each page. One of my pages was, “I want to go to Asia because I have never been there .” That way of thinking is at the […]
There’s nothing like having many photographers and race car drivers as friends. One day I get a message from follow photographer Ian Pouliot, of Nemesis Photography, asking “Hey! You want to shoot American Rallycross on July 1st?” As it turns out, Gary De Masi, usually spotted running his Ford Ranger rally truck, was working with […]
In past years I’ve always found myself with very few reasons to want to travel into New York City. Typically I’d hop on the LIRR for the 40 minute ride in for things like the NYC Auto Show. But last year I’ve made the decision to explore the world of two wheels, and I’m not […]
2014 actually felt like a “Fresh Start” for me. I had just moved back to New York a month before the new year and the first week of 2014 started with a train ride to the city to buy my new 7D. It feels pretty good to kick my “Best of 2014” with a photo […]
My name is Matt Campbell and I’m a Long Islander. Whether I like it or not, I was born and raised here and have lived here for almost 30 years. Originally when I was planning on writing about Long Island I had some “touristy” places picked out to travel to. The more I thought about […]
Every year when I’m in the Northeast for FD Jersey, I make it a point to spend some time in New York, and I always try to do something different. I stayed with GuestBlaster Matt Campbell out of Long Island, and he dropped me off at the LIRR station one morning on his way to […]
I think Joe mentioned once that whenever he puts together a best-of-the-year post he hates his previous year’s best photos. That’s a good goal to have as it would indicate growth as a photographer. I don’t hate all my 2012 stuff, but I do think my selections from 2013 are a lot better. Most of […]
Okay, while not actually in 2012, my trip to the Hoh Rainforest on the Olympic Peninsula happened after my Best of 2011 post. How could I not include this awesome tree? Canon 5D Mark II and 17-40mm f/4 @ 17mm, f/8, 1/3s, ISO 100, tripod.
I’d never done a cross-country road trip before, so I wanted to use my trip home from New Jersey as an opportunity to do it. It’s also one of my goals to visit all 50 states, and a trip like this would help me add a few new ones.
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On this trip to New York, I wanted to make sure I got some good New York pizza. That doesn’t mean typical New York pizza, it means real New York pizza. A friend (who happens to be Italian) told me I had to check out Lombardi’s in Little Italy, as it was the first pizzeria […]
I got ahold of a photo album that belonged to my uncle Chas and chronicled his 1981 trips to New York, France, and San Francsico with his partner Jacques. Chas died in 1991 so this series is more for preservation than storytelling, though it does have some adventure behind it. I’ll try my best to […]