My little buddy has a sister coming next week, and I thought it’d be fun to post some of my favorite photos of her throughout her life so far.
When she was born my camera had been purchased for use in surveillance, and other than a couple snapshots here and there, I’d never used it for anything else. Kat not … read more
Most of my life shaving was something that had to borne, not an enjoyable part of the day. Deciding to try a safety razor rather than disposables changed all that. The care it takes to avoid nicks, cuts, razor burn, etc, results in a sensual treat upon waking. It takes longer than my old way, but as part of a … read more
Taken after seeing how the morning light was reflecting off this weird tree/plant in our backyard. I liked the various shades of green and the blown out background; and I especially liked the sharply in focus vertical leaf. If I go for this tree again however, I think I’d prefer a bit more depth of field.
Probably one of … read more
Another try, this time with bounding on all sides but the one facing the camera. Still not really working the way I want. No doubt this would be much much simpler, except possibly the reflection issue, with a macro lens.
Pretty much a failed attempt to get a photo of Dragon Pearl White Tea unfurling in water. I learned:
- My tripod head is completely inadequate for use with my 18 – 300mm lens (something I would have known if I’d bothered doing any research…)
- I bounded the glass below, behind, and to the left; using white sheets of paper –