the technically minded- or anal-retentive- folk amongst you, here is some additional information.
Nearly all images dating from 1980 to 2000 were photographed with manual Olympus analog SLRs- a mix of OM2s, OM4s and OM4-Tis, with superb Zuiko prime lenses from 21 to 200mm.
My current digital gear is based around Canon 5DII (full-frame) and 550D (APS-C) bodies, with L series 17-40 F4, 24-70 F2.8, 24-105 F4 IS, 70-200 F2.8 and F4L IS, 100-400 F4/5.6L zoom lenses, together with 20, 50 and 85mm primes and the 17-55 F2.8 and 10-22 zooms for the 550D. Tasty... I also use a Canon G10 and Panasonic G1 (M4/3) for lightweight shoots.
The earlier film-based images here were scanned from original transparencies at 4000 or 5400 dpi with Microtek or Minolta dedicated film scanners. Images were then post-processed in Photoshop, currently in CS 5 version.
From early 2005, I have been shooting digital only. I always shoot RAW, and process with DxO, Canon DPP3.8 and Photoshop CS5 (ACR) Engines.
Images displayed on this website are derived from totally uncompressed single layer RGB 8-bit tiff files, typically 50- 100 Mb size. So, what you see here has typically been compressed by a factor of about 2000. Just imagine what the originals look like...
In the great tradition of Doom™ and Quake™, three secret images are hidden in this site. See if you can find them without peeking at the source html!! (Or cheat here)