Rarely one to take a picture of all of something, I tend to prefer taking pictures of details or angles that the casual observer might overlook. Here are some shots from two different visits to the Dr. Pepper Museum in Waco, TX.
Going through photos from a visit to the AACA. Realized I rarely took pictures of a complete vehicle and mostly parts of them I found interesting. Like those rad wheels above.
That’s how many pictures are in my iPhoto library, starting in August 2002 and going through May 2013, when I stopped using iPhoto. It’s taking up over 200GB of my hard drive, fully 1/3 of the entire disk. I think I know what my summer project is going to be.
Chet Baker takes a break during a recording session with Gerry Mulligan. Photo by Bob Willoughby.
I got a Russian 16mm fisheye a while back that came with three different colored filters that can be screwed into the back of the lens.
Handheld with Pentax Q7 , prime 8.5mm (40mm equivalent) at 1/100th f1.9. Odd thing is it reminds me of the Rolling Stones logo.
I have a body that ive been dying to use for a little while now, and I’m wondering what the best lense for night time street photography would be. I know some of you guys have experience with these and could maybe help me out? I was thinking a prime lense will do but I’ll take advice from as many people as I can.
We had a small crew turn out who weren’t afraid to get their cars wet or brave the 50's temps. It took a bit of coffee to warm up but there was good banter and a decent crew. Met a few more fellow car and photo geeks today. Someday I will get an even better camera. Used the Pentax Q7 with prime or tele and the Fuji…
Few weeks ago, I attended a tiny C&C event. It was the first time they tried it there - I went because the Thai restaurant where they had it came highly recommended. I went with my wife, found some people that work on the same campus, and we had some great Thai food. They only had 10 cars or so, and I snapped a few…
did some location scouting in the Hamptons while visiting my gf over the last few days...
Visited a cave. Found it pretty difficult to get a decent picture. 800 iso, f1.8 and a multitude of shutter speeds between 1/15 and 1/80
For months, I’ve been toying with the idea of picking up a manual film camera. I used to shoot with film when I was young, long before I saw photography as a creative outlet, and it was all pretty inconsequential. It was my mom’s Pentax, and its long since been dead. For the last few years, I’ve been honing my skills…
Downtown Denver, CO
Taken with a Canon Powershot 410SX IS
I was walking down the street, they were dancing down the street :)
I was shooting some buildings for a few hours. Seconds after I swapped lenses and put on my 70-200mm f2.8, this guy walks ahead of me, the sidewalk somehow ends up clear of all other people, and I get lucky enough to get this shot. I wish it was a bit sharper, but oh well...
We visited the Monterey Bay Aquarium yesterday. Not my usual photography subjects but still pretty good practice. The 6D is an absolute monster in the dark. Most of these pictures are from very dark rooms with a little editing.
Well the rain held off and it got so cold that we had sleet mixed with flurries for a while but it was fun. Unlike your bigger city C&C events , very few exotics but still a great time and turnout.