AnalogTrout

AnalogTrout

Lives in United States Seattle, WA, United States
Works as a creative
Joined on Nov 1, 2012
About me:

Edward Hopper. Ernest Hemingway. Coffee. California. Cameras. Trout.

AnalogTrout's recent activity

  • I want to buy one. But nobody seems to have them.  Anybody know of a secret stash?
  • Yeah, I hear you. It's funny how Fuji has strategically set up its line so that you can never get all of the great features in one single camera. The X-Pro1 was the camera I almost bought instead...
  • Wally262, you kind of nailed it here. I do have the length covered with my kit lens, but it's not really a great lens. The 1.4 is, I'm sure, a gem, but no way am I spending $1600+ on a lens when...
  • Thanks for your input. What I'm sure of is that I used an X100 for a while last year and fell in love with it. Maybe more specifically, that camera was a catalyst to a growing love of...
  • Good points. I actually don't get paid for any photography (not yet, anyway), so that's not even a concern. I'm definitely leaning toward the Fuji. I think some part of me won't be happy until I...
  • Created discussions new lens or new camera?
    File this one under: annoying gear purchase questions.  For the longest time, I've been threatening to buy the Fuji X100S. I used an X100 for a while last year and loved it. In fact, when I finally...
  • Nice stuff. Seems like we've got quite a few dp people in Seattle. We should get some kind of group together to talk photography. Anyone in?
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    p.s. what lens are you using? The more I look at this, the more I like it.
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    Ha. I love your take. You and I are kindred spirits. Here's to being a newbie! (By the way, I like this picture quite a bit. The colors on the water are really awesome.)
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    Just curious: why did you shoot at f/11?
  • Just looking at my own EXIF info...why did I shoot at f/10?  Don't answer that, but seriously, what aperture would you guys use for a shot like this?  Forever curious, Andy
  • I finally remembered to upload the pictures in question.  I did no work on these whatsoever in LR. Just converted to JPG.  Offered up in the spirit of FWIW.  Thanks! This is the clearest of the...
  • Really appreciate that. I'm going to test out a similar approach.  While I'm at it: you mentioned good tripods in the $250 range. Care to name any?
  • Hello, sir. Good to chat with you again.  Truth be told, I just happened to be out and about when I realized I was looking at a potentially beautiful situation. I was lucky enough to have a camera...
  • Replied in Here's how:
    Thanks so much to everyone for all this great info. Really appreciate it.  I hoped to post the pictures but just realized I don't have the memory card with me. Damn it.  Thanks again. I'm just...
  • Hi! In other words, you're all in agreement that it's pretty much futile to shoot a skyline at night without a tripod?
  • Created discussions Seattle Skyline
    I want to ask you experts about last night's (failed) photo experiment.  I was trying to shoot the downtown Seattle skyline from across the bay in West Seattle. I was using my Nikon D600 with the...
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