Boring MC casual (sorry about the bad light and soft focus)
Woolrich Travel Jacket, Johnstons cashmere scarf, M. Cilento unlined deerskin gloves, Scaglione merino Air Jumper, unfused Vincenzo Di Ruggiero cotton shirt, Canali flannel pants, Edward Green Dark Oak calf belt, Cheaney country grain boots, Mk XV on buffalo strap
Agree. It was pretty quiet when we were in Eze. I hear it gets quite busy so I think we were lucky.
I take it you have edited those photos? I'm a photography noob (but want to learn) and find it hard to understand how such pics can come from a point and shoot!
Yup - we were there during "off-season" for tourists, so it wasn't too bad at all in terms of lines, lack of space, etc.
The photos have been edited lightly in Lightroom and/or Photoshop (just basic color/contrast correction, that type of thing). The camera I used, the Ricoh GR, is not an ordinary point and shoot. It has a fantastic 28mm 2.8 fixed lens (so you zoom with your feet), coupled with a great, strong, lightweight body and fantastic handling (buttons, customizations, etc.). It's my favorite camera that I have ever used, and that is saying a lot, as I have used many cameras, from full frame DSLRs to Leica and everything in between.
BTW, I received so many nasty looks from Parisians and even people in the South for my sneakers... I felt shame everywhere. But the sneakers saved my life (just unbelievably comfortable, without a single warm spot over seemingly 100s of miles of walking).
You mean you didn't just hover across the countryside clad in a bespoke suit + pocket square + St. Crispins?
Originally Posted by cocostella
Super ugly running shoes are the only viable option for walking comfort? C'mon man. All these years on SF... Where's your pride?
Dude... if you knew my feets. I wore Aldens on a couple of days and evenings (you can see them in the Monaco fit pic), but when you're walking 5-10+ miles/day, hiking, etc. nothing beats broken in old sneakers.