All with Nikon FE2, mostly 28mm f/1.8 but some are 50mm f/1.8
All with the X100, some more post than usual because of getting Lightroom. The resulting edits really pop the X100's profile and nature. Flickr
Been a while since I’ve posted stuff. School’s in the way and haven’t been able to really go out to take some pictures. I have managed to compile two shots I’ve enjoyed since my last post, however. Enjoy!
It was a good trip. I had brought initially 2 cameras, one with 2 lenses, but I ended up bailing on carrying my Sony a7ii into battle. The thought of that camera falling into a waterfall or something scared the pants of me. So the following are all taken with a Fuji x20.
Four days in the Alberta Rockies with only what I can carry on my back. I’ve never done that and because of that I’m worried I might not balance being prepared with weight. Think this is too much?
All with the Fuji X100, 23mm.
Well, I guess only 2 of them are.
Lamborghini V12. The 700hp powerplant of an Aventador LP 700-4, to be exact.
I was walking to dinner today when an anti-war protest blocked my path out of the newsroom. It's sort of a stretch, but Syria is generally considered to be one of the top-25 most corrupt countries in the world. And if all of the rebels' claims about human rights abuses are true, then Assad's government is a pretty…
I shoot pictures for the TV station I work for every day. I also grab a lot of street stills around Chicago (especially downtown) on my spare time. Here are a few of my favorites from the last few weeks.
I helped a friend shoot a punk show at a Chicago music club tonight (Vamos @ The Empty Bottle, if you're wondering). He's shot more bands than I have, but I was a little intimidated by the band and crowd. They're all way cooler than I am.
What do you do when you're at an airshow but only have a fixed 35mm-equivalent lens? Crop or make your shots about the people watching.
I went wine-tasting with my friends on Michigan's Old Mission peninsula this past week. One winery had colored parasols intended for bright sunny days, but I couldn't pass them up as a fun photo tool.