A bicyclist resting at the 69th Street pier. (Image courtesy of David Tan)
I misspoke after first being introduced to the work of talented Bath Beach photographer David Tan. I mistakenly thought that David only used film cameras.
While David shoots “almost exclusively in film now,” he does maintain “quite a stock of digital work” on his site.
When I look at a breathtaking digital shot like the one above, which shows the same cool muted colors he’s known for on film, I’m certain that it’s more a testament to David’s talents as a shutterbug than to the type of equipment he uses.
The image featured above was shot on August 6, 2010 with a Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS.
For more of David’s excellent photos, as well as a chance to search by both the camera and lens type he used on each pic, please visit his blog at dtan.blogspot.com.
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