My lenses and one of my camera bodies are all weather resistant. Me, not so much.
Not going to lie. So far I am not falling in love with the standard focal length field of view. There are times I’ve felt it was a decent focal length for what I was shooting, but a moderately wide angle lens feels much more natural to me. Often times when I’m looking at aContinue reading “35/35/35 #27: 1872”
On the bright side, the snow stayed north of us today.
Maybe this would have been a better photo for Easter, but I just ran across these crosses after work tonight. I think I would have preferred the photo if I had used a wider lens to show more cloud formations in the background.
I think I’ll shake things up a bit more for myself. For almost as long as I’ve been shooting with autofocus cameras, I’ve been using back-button focusing (where the autofocus function is disabled from the shutter release and assigned to another button, separating the AF from the shutter release to provide more control. Especially usefulContinue reading “35/35/35 #20: Easter Peeps”
I seem to be shooting more with my X-T30. It’s not that I like it better than the X-T3, it’s just that it’s so darn small. With a compact prime lens attached to it, I barely notice it hanging from my shoulder. It’s a great camera to carry around when I’m out and about doingContinue reading “35/35/35 #19: Shadows”
I’m midway through my personal challenge of producing 35 photos in 35 days, all shot with a 35mm lens. The purpose of the challenge is to push me out of my comfort zone. With the smaller APS-C size sensor on the Fujifilm cameras, the 35mm lens is a standard lens giving a field of viewContinue reading “35/35/35 #18 Morning Sun”
A fence post is turned into a makeshift lost and found for a piece of jewelry.