I turn 50 in February so as a gift to myself me and the wife did 10 days in Haarlem mostly because it was cheap and New Years eve would be fun. Still have couple hundred to go thru but these are my favorites so far. These were all shot with a Canon g7x mark 2. I shot in raw but haven’t processed anything yet.
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I’ve been chasing this shot for a while now and finally got it last night.
“Amazing” black and white.
It was sunny this afternoon and I didn’t have anything super important to do at work so I took off early and went to a junkyard in the boonies. Had to stop at home to grab my camera and the dog convinced me she should come too.
I was trying to look up the rules out of curiosity, found this https://photography.kinja.com/the-rules-for-photography-1037400051
With the arrival of full-frame mirrorless cameras, is this the first, or even final, nail in the coffin for the mirror?
FYI - This post contains 55 pictures. You have been warned. Enjoy.
Kind of neat to have my photo used on a tourism page for the city. It's not much, but it's a sign I'm doing something right.
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I didn’t check the undersides for pores. Really liking this telephoto lens for taking mushroom pics. Last pic was taken with my old lens. I always found these fungi quite frustrating to take pictures of with my cell phone. Always seemed to come out slightly blurry on the white sections.
This was Wednesday’s sunset with the crumbling Redington Long Pier. The pier has stood forever but was closed about 9 months ago for repairs. While it sat, not getting repaired we had one helluva storm a few weeks back.
Brought my camera to work and got up on the roof this morning. I am very shaky after my coffee.
Showing motion using the rule of thirds. Here’s another one I thought of using but wasn’t really satisified with.
One day I might stop using this 35 mm lens. One day.
New lens was on my porch when I went home for lunch so naturally I took some pictures of my dog. That one is 125mm have the iso at 2500. So it’s a little noisey but I wouldn’t be able to hold still long enough if I turned it down. Shutter speeds 1/250 f5.6
Sometimes you gotta take a few shots of something to find out what it is you actually want to capture.
I was hoping to catch some Quadrupleioids or whatever they’re called that peaked the night before, but I came up empty.