Author: Richard

Canessa Gallery – March Events

My “Grant Avenue Vernacular” show starts with the North Beach First Friday, March 2. The exhibit has ended. Thanks to everyone who stopped by.

Fuji 18-135mm Lens

I decided to try out the 18-135mm lens. I’ve been thinking about this lens since I purchased the X-T1. Just the range alone makes it interesting. My favorite Canon lens, back in the day when I was a Canon shooter,

Another Street – The Embarcadero

I’m adding the third street to my Streets of San Francisco portfolio. The Embarcadero is the eastern edge of San Francisco. It was, to a great extent, the home of shipping in San Francisco. Most shipping moved to Oakland years

Grant Vernacular

My new gallery – “Grant Vernacular” – was inspired by a visit to SFMOMA where the Walker Evans exhibition is showing. In particular, there’s a sign within the exhibition reading, “From the early 1920s, most of Evans photographs took the

A little night photography

I wanted to add some work to my Grant Ave. portfolio so I covered a short part of the street – mostly North Beach with a little Chinatown thrown in – at night. You can see the Gallery here. As

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