Amazing, a fourth year wrapping up,, never does slow down, ever.
This weekend I got to use my long tele primes with the 800, just the right combo. The two lens I used
was the 300 F4, and the 200 F4. The first being an Auto, and the Second being the old AI manual.
Both are lovely lens, two of the finest made. I like0 Thanks/Like
Be careful this year, photographing events, and protests, you might get swept up an arrested, as slowly the world goes crazy
and criminalizes protest, and you might be thinking you are getting super shots, but might end up in a jail cell, with a 10 year
so,, keep your wits, so sad that we have to worry about0 Thanks/Like
and another year begins, I am trying to complete a couple of projects this year, both will hopefully lead to Gallery shows, I am moving into blocks of works that
can be collectively a show.
When you move about, do you treat each walk, adventure like a photo assignment, keeping eyes out but also mentally deciding on the theme and0 Thanks/Like
As some packages show up to my house, I come to grips of being an equipment junky! Yes, collected over a 40 year period, the majority
in the last 15 years. One good thing, is that photography gear typically takes not a lot of space. I have not gone into the Portrait studio
mode with back drops, etc, Now that takes dedicated space.0 Thanks/Like
Sometimes when I am out an about, my attention focuses more on the Macro vs landscape mode, maybe the light is not exciting, or just the mood, but
another world can open up.
such as this leaf imprinted from the road.
just shot with a prime lens, not a true macro, but1 Thanks/Like
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