I recently tried something fun and chased after the good light during sunset. Here are wide shots of what I saw while looking for the good light. And here is some of what I was able to capture. The light disappeared fast. In many spots, few seconds later and it was gone. Cheers! and happy chasing! Advertisements
For those of you looking for a new camera, you can use a camera with a tilt screen (like my Fuji X-T1) so you can get high angles like this… or low angles like this without lying down on the ground to see what you are shooting. (You can probably do this with a tilt screen, too (that’s a screen … More Old Eyes and Tilt Screens
If you are new to photography or needing photography inspiration, try a new angle. For flowers (weeds in this case), it often helps to get low. From standing eye level, you see this… and this if you zoom in, you see this… And if you shoot lower (at the waist), you don’t get much different. … More A Matter of Perspective
Our family has been very busy lately, so I try to take any opportunities that I can to shoot something interesting. This time, it was weeds at the soccer field where my daughter was practicing with her team. Now, as many of you know, the world is often a diamond in the rough in a photographer’s eye, … More Everyday Photography – Weeds at the Soccer Fields
Added some new photos to the end of my Adapter 46 review.
During a break from training, I took the opportunity to photograph some redbud blossoms outside our office. Unfortunately, my G15 gets close enough to capture the buds, but doesn’t have great color and has too much depth of field for my taste. My Fuji X-T1 + 50-140mm also did a lovely job, but I couldn’t … More Redbud Blossoms
Until I can find a good hand strap for my Fuji X-T1, I have been using various wrist straps including the Joby DSLR hand strap with my heavy 50-140mm. One thing that I hate about it is that it tightens when I am not using it so getting my hand into it takes longer. To … More Modified Joby DSLR Hand Strap