I never thought of “glamping” as being GMS, but this split-window microbus 2 room tent has me rethinking the whole concept.
In celebration of the start of NY Fashion Week, LA’s Peter Fetterman Gallery is featuring iconic fashion images from some of the 20th century’s greatest photographers.
From the gallery’s website:
William (Bill) Helburn is one of the great fashion photographers. A contemporary of Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, Francesco Scavullo and Lillian Bassman, Helburn was at the top of his profession from the early 1950s through the 1960s, with bylined covers and editorial images in the pages of Harper’s Bazaar, Life, McCall’s and many other magazines.
This image of a Chrysler New Yorker, just uptown of Bergdorf Goodman, is genius on many levels. Lighting, composition and one of America’s most underrated, yet GMS rides.
cameraf64 asked: Hello - I was curious as to why a yellow filter on your M9. Do you only use it to shoot in B+W somehow? How do you set that?
I was shooting black and white that day. I really line the yellow and red filter effect in diffused light. I usually shoot the Monochrom, but it was the M9 this day. Peace. MJ
It may well be the Beetle of the new millenium. While the Smart Fortwo debuted at the Paris Auto Show in 1998, it has gone through several minor and not so minor changes, and the 3rd generation Smart Electric Drive which launched in the US this summer, is pretty much perfect. While street legal golf carts are all the rage from Emerald bay to Manhattan Beach, the constant battery tinkering, lack of doors and airbags left me cold. Thanks to attractive incentives from Mercedes, and spiffs from the gov’t, the Smart can be leased for under $140/month-which makes it significantly cheaper and safer to own than a golf course retrofit.
Combine that with free parking in a lot of places, free charging in almost as many, a Yakima rack and an 11’0” Chris Christenson Glider, and you’re pretty much all set.
Free parking for your session, “charging” while you’re in the line up=GMS