Be Relax Spa
I recently had the opportunity to photograph the Be Relax Spa in Boston’s Logan Airport Terminal C. Great staff and a very enjoyable shoot.
Interior Photography of AdCare Hospital in Worcester, MA
This particular project was a small shoot involving the photography of the entry lobby space. Since this was a small renovation a lot of the interior was left untouched and blended with new elements. The interior designer, Gayle Shelby Interiors, did a great job.
Residential Photography, Newbury MA
This was a quick photoshoot for a client looking to update some shots for his website. Since I only had a short amount of time to actually shoot so I relied on post processing to removing several items that I couldn’t move out of the shot and cleaned up the gravel drive including weeds and bare spots.
Canterbury Woods – Buffalo, New York
This was a quick turn-around shoot from Boston to Buffalo and back again, all in a day.
What I like about the iPad Wifi + 3G
So, iv’e been using my iPad for a few months now and i’m nothing but impressed. Apple does have a few issues as far as usability is concerned but very minimal. I would say they are more personal items when using the device more as a computer and less as an accessory to my computer. I wanted to compile a list of the things I think will continue to grow, both in the market place, and on this device.
- Magazines – The interactivity of magazines now on the iPad is just the beginning. I personally have been waiting for this day to come for years and years. When ever I purchased a magazine say at an airport I cringed knowing that it may never last longer than the flight(s). Such a waste of paper. I’m glad that has finally come to an end. My first magazine purchase was National Geographic using Zino’s App. I’m not terribly excited about Zino’s App but it works and gives me access to this title and many more in the future.
- Traveling – In May/June I traveled to Arizona on business and wanted to extend the trip to give my family an opportunity to see the state. We rented a minivan and traveled extensively while avoiding Arizona’s major Interstates. Over the course of 4 days we never booked a hotel and didn’t know where the next night would bring us. This was all possible because of the iPad and its connectivity to the internet via 3G. Between maps, wikipedia, google searching and hotel search and reviews we took each day one day at a time. It was the first time we took a vacation without plans. Knowing we didn’t have to be anywhere at any specific time was very relaxing.
- Photography – yes I know it doesn’t have a camera but I never really wanted one on the iPad when it was introduced. My biggest “want” was the camera connection kit. This was Apple’s smartest move to include this. After shooting I can quickly pull the card out of my camera and offload the photos to the iPad, erase the card, and the camera is back ready to shoot. All very fast. Viewing, and editing the photos in the iPad with Apple’s Photo library and other various Apps is fast and I never had to pull my Mac Book Pro out of the bag.
- Games – Although i’m not a huge game player on the iPhone or iPad my daughter enjoys it. Its interesting to see which she gravitates toward as a 9 year old. The iPad and its larger screen gives you a much more immersive game experience while traveling or just waiting for lunch or diner.
- Email – I can’t even tell you how many times I reach for my iPad to check email. Its instantly ready and allows me to quickly check it and get back to what I was doing.