Archive for August, 2007

Isatanbul: Çapa Hospital At Night

Friday, August 31st, 2007

Çapa Hospital at Dusk It’s just amazing how much can change in an hour. Here, above, is a photograph of Çapa Hospital taken from Dr. Behiye’s pied à terre on the opposite side of the road. Behiye is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Psychiatry at Istanbul University and is based at Çapa Hospital. […]

Photography: Four Thirds System Lenses Compared

Thursday, August 30th, 2007

Olympus Zuiko 11-22 Digital Zoom lens at 22mm A few days ago I displayed this image taken with the Olympus Zuiko 11-22 Digital Zoom lens at 22mm. It was shot at F 3.5, the widest aperture possible for the lens. The same day I also took some photographs with some other lenses. These support wider […]

Turkish Women

Wednesday, August 29th, 2007

One of the things I enjoy about Turkish Cities is the juxtaposition between the cultures that subsist within them. Here I am drinking Turk Kahve at a relatively smart cafe when in the distance I spy two traditionally dressed women sitting under a tree. All around them appears to be litter, blown or dumped, in […]

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