Frank Episale is an editor, writer, educator, and theatre artist living and working in Brooklyn. He holds a BFA from New York University, an MA from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and an MPhil from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. This is his (infrequently updated) blog. He's pretty google-able, if you'd like to know more.

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Saturday
Feb212015

Tom Fruin's "Kolonihavehus," Brooklyn Bridge Park, February 21, 2015

Thursday
Feb192015

Guppies and neons, Brooklyn, February 19, 2015

Tuesday
Feb172015

Lafayette Street, Manhattan, February 17, 2015

Monday
Feb162015

East River, Brooklyn, February 16, 2015

Sunday
Feb152015

Orange Cat, Brooklyn, February 15, 2015

Orage Cat, Brooklyn, February 15, 2015.creative commons license by Frank Episale. Contact frankepi at gmail for permissions and attributions

One of the ideas I'm playing with, as I try to figure out why I keep this blog up and running and what I want to use it for going forward, is a series of "photo of the day" posts that will encourage me to better learn how to use my camera and Photoshop, etc.

Today's, the first, is simple enough. I was just testing out my new lens: a Leica/Panasonic 25mm (50mm equivalent) F1.4 micro 4/3 lens that I used with my Olympus OM-D E-M10. I didn't use Photoshop, though I did adjust the contrast slightly in Picasa.

I should have focused more on his eyes and less on his nose, but still: he's a pretty handsome cat, yeah?

 

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