It was a fantastic month of photography, including some travel to New York. It's a joy to travel with my Fuji X-Pro1 and all three primes. To carry the gear, I recently purchased a great new backpack from a fantastic company, Mission Workshop - if you are looking for a stylish, functional backpack, you won't do better. This month, I also re-visited several of my favorite subjects looking for better angles and new compositions. As always, comments and questions welcomed.  

One other thing: I've made several prints available for a low cost  in my new online store. The prints are available as 6.75"x10" prints (on 8.5"x11" paper). The are limited editions (edition of 12), printed on high-quality Museo Silver Rag fine art paper with archival inks. Cost includes shipping.

In NYC, often times looking up or looking down is a great way to discover a shot. I love the textures and lines here. This was actually at JFK Airport. X-Pro1 with 60mm lens.

In NYC, often times looking up or looking down is a great way to discover a shot. I love the textures and lines here. This was actually at JFK Airport. X-Pro1 with 60mm lens.

If you are in NYC, definitely get (free) tickets the the 9/11 memorial. It's incredible, and incredibly moving. It's very emotional to stand right next to the footprints of the Towers, and to think about all those who died that day. X-Pro1 with 18mm. 

If you are in NYC, definitely get (free) tickets the the 9/11 memorial. It's incredible, and incredibly moving. It's very emotional to stand right next to the footprints of the Towers, and to think about all those who died that day. X-Pro1 with 18mm. 

I really like this image. There's a quirky fun to it that invites a sense of curiosity. This shot was taken with almost no light at the end of the day (very high ISO). Shot with the X-Pro1 and 60mm lens, a combo I'm really starting to enjoy.

I really like this image. There's a quirky fun to it that invites a sense of curiosity. This shot was taken with almost no light at the end of the day (very high ISO). Shot with the X-Pro1 and 60mm lens, a combo I'm really starting to enjoy.

Perhaps my favorite during the month of September, this is a re-visit to one of my favorite subjects right near my home. The framing of this shot was actually suggested to me by a contact who saw a previous version. Thanks! X-Pro1 and 35mm lens.

Perhaps my favorite during the month of September, this is a re-visit to one of my favorite subjects right near my home. The framing of this shot was actually suggested to me by a contact who saw a previous version. Thanks! X-Pro1 and 35mm lens.

This was also a favorite shot during the month, and also a re-visit to a location I like to shoot, Los Angeles Valley College. A previous version of this shot had multiple benches, but this day, there was only one bench. There's a beauty and loneliness to the scene that I really like. I also like the "wispiness" of the bushes...so much so that I did a close-up version of these bushes, below. X-Pro1 and 35mm. 

This was also a favorite shot during the month, and also a re-visit to a location I like to shoot, Los Angeles Valley College. A previous version of this shot had multiple benches, but this day, there was only one bench. There's a beauty and loneliness to the scene that I really like. I also like the "wispiness" of the bushes...so much so that I did a close-up version of these bushes, below. X-Pro1 and 35mm. 

A close-up version of the bushes, which I just find very interesting. 

A close-up version of the bushes, which I just find very interesting. 

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AuthorJeff Seltzer