Saturday, October 3, 2009

Tamron Newsletter




A big thank you to Stacie Errera, Ken Hubbard, and Tamron Lenses for including us in their recent newsletter. Not only do they feature their new wide angle lens, Hubbard gives an insider's view on how to shoot amazing architectural images, a tricky task if you've ever tried it, by using the Oak Beach project as his subject. And on the Oak Beach front, today is the self-guided, national solar tour, where Long Islanders can check out buildings fueled by photovoltaic technology. Let's hope the rain doesn't dampen enthusiasm for alternative energy projects.

2 comments:

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

The architecture is different. I would rather have more hard surfaces inside and less wood.

Nadine @ BDG said...

I will say that since those images were taken, the ropes as bannister were replaced by glass. As for the pilings, those were from the original footing. The client was keen on reclaiming and incorporating as much of the original materials as possible for both the sentiment and the carbon footprint. Thanks for checking it out!