Hope I’m not spamming but a photography blog is for photos right?
All of these photos have been edited in Lightroom and I have the originals both in RAW CR2 and jpeg, but I don’t think I’m going to bother posting them, the thing is I think sometimes I over edit the photos and they lose their original “appeal”. (Taken with Canon Rebel T6S with a Tamron 18-200mm, that I just posted…
I have a body that ive been dying to use for a little while now, and I’m wondering what the best lense for night time street photography would be. I know some of you guys have experience with these and could maybe help me out? I was thinking a prime lense will do but I’ll take advice from as many people as I can.
At a friend’s shop. A delightful blend of an old car with new parts to keep it drivable. Canon 50D Body, Sigma 30mm f/1.4 (not Art) and f/4.0 mostly, with f/1.6 here and there.
A friend of mine who knows me through our local Cars & Coffee works for Michelin. This week they had the very last One:1 (1 of 6 worldwide) in their North American Headquarters for three days. The One:1 is shod in custom Michelins, naturally. Specially developed Pilot Sport Cup 2s. Of course they’re specially…
Last month, I purchased a 50 year old Petri Color 35mm film camera from a small local shop. I picked it up for $20. After seeing the photos that it can take, I’m convinced it was some of the best $20 I’ve ever spent. Film used was Kodak 400 C-41 B&W. The camera is 100% manual. The light meter is broken, so all of…
I drove out to Houston and shot another roll of some pretty stunning Art Deco cars and Motorcycles at the MFAH. (All images Tri-X pushed to 800)
Picked up a new Opteka 85mm f1.8 for my Nikon D7100. Considering the lens was $100 (!!), I’m very happy with the initial results. My fiancé was kind enough to be the guinea pig. Picture data: Manual focus, natural light, f1.8, 1/1250, iso100.
This is the greatest photo I’ve ever taken in Forza Motorsport. Enjoy.
Two classic Mini Coopers, a dark warehouse, a camera, and a whole lot of prancing around with an LED wand makes for a damn good Friday night.
Took some pictures with my big boy DSLR. I doubt I’ll ever edit these or anything so here are some jpegs straight from the camera (crappy laptop cannot into Lightroom/RAW).
$1,300 normally. On sale at BoingBoing for $370!!
I went with the Ricoh GRII. After only a few days of use, I am thoroughly impressed. I don’t know how it could be beaten for the price. I’m a big fan of fixed 28mm, so this is right up my alley. I can’t wait to get out and shoot things with wheels.
It’s been quite some time (like, 2 weeks?) since I’ve share any of my pictures. Today we open with two rally cars!
Hey everyone, happy Friday! Before too long, I will be in the market for an “everyday camera”. Something small enough to tote around in a bag or possibly a pocket, so I don’t have to lug around my dslr. I’d like to get something with a large sensor (such as the Ricoh GR with a 1" sensor). A prime lens is definitely…
Took the S2000 out for a spin tonight to practise Lightpainting. I’m down at Goodwood this weekend, so might try some in the Paddock if I get a chance Saturday evening. So figured this week was a good time to learn. What do we think:
A recent spot in my condo complex parking lot: a Nissan Pao, with a Figaro under a cover two spots down. Need to track down that neighbor. Also need to start oppo-tagging my spotting pics.
I went out to a location I found via Google Earth street view and took some shots of an admittedly mediocre subject to better aquaint myself with my camera outside the sanitized flash-filled corporate studio I usually take pictures in. I fiddled with them in Lightroom on my terribly mis-calibrated monitors trying…
Had some free time so decided to play some Forza and take some new pics, here are the results
It might be the only good meme: Crying Jordan, a photo of a weepy Michael Jordan, seemingly custom-made for the internet to superimpose his face onto the head of anyone who just fucked up. It’s beautifully simple, it’s viscerally funny, and by this point a large amount of the humor comes from expecting it to…