I went back into my archives to find this photo, from 2014, located in my Aperture 3 library. After two years of using Capture One, the Aperture keyboard shortcuts that, I thought, were ingrained in memory, are starting to falter. A lot has happened for me, photographically, in four years. Back then, I was using my Fujifilm X100s quite extensively, and organizing my images in a photo management program that’s no longer supported. But the memories and images persist, for now.
I shot this in the Apple Store in Amsterdam. As a photographer, there’s joy in finding repeating patterns. Especially when there’s one, out-of-place. I jumped at creating this image when I saw this scene from the second floor balcony. At one time, though I don’t know if it’s still true, the Amsterdam Apple Store had the longest Genius Bar in the world.
I’ve featured photos from the Apple Store before. Including this one from 2016, and this one from 2017. I posted them on October 5th, the anniversary of Steve Jobs’ passing. Today is the seventh anniversary.
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