*** This Week Through YOUR m4/3 2013.07.13 ***
Hi all, you know the rules...
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- No pictures of flowers. (joking)
Nice simple image.
Nikkor-S 50mm with small softbox fill flash
Canon FD 135mm 3.5 with 25mm tube extender
I like the second the best, with its range of colors and range of light.
Thanks. It was approaching the golden hour.
I like all of them but the portrait is really nice. The flare is a bit distracting but adds to the atmosphere. The last one is also cool but already somewhat typical of yours...
There's more, but I get tired of waiting for the painfully slow upload.
I like photographs of this sort, but don't see them here as often as I'd like.
Strange back porch in a somewhat dangerous section of Albany. I had been meaning to stop and get a shot or two, and finally had a chance. I didn't linger, and didn't experiment with different lenses, so this is a crop from a larger field of view....The day was overcast and the light kind of flat, which may not have been ideal, so I may redo it another day if the timing and light are right.
There is a picture in here somewhere, but not sure I have it yet....
Here's to learning something new everyday, and remembering it the next.
I found this spot near my home today and thought it was just beautiful.
It is my grand-daughter's 5th birthday and my friend Emma made the cupcakes
and here is an illustration taken from my old book on fireworks...Babington's Pyrotechnia (1635) together with my newly aquired 1943 Rocket Kite...yes, it is a rescue kite from WWII where the soggy shot-down airman, who would otherwise be bailing his yellow dingy, shoots his wireless aerial carrying rescue kite into the air by way of a rocket.
Both with my GF1 and Voigtlander 25mm/f0.95
That is hi key. And I always laugh when I see a picture of you planking or whatever it is you do. Not sure I'm meant to laugh but they are so incongruous. My favourite was one by a river / bridge or suchlike.
|It's time to go by Gerard Beullac|
from Out the window
|Nature's Balance by Domenick Creaco|
from My Lifetime Best Photo