The 24mm has been my favorite lens lately. The vignetting is one of the things I hate about it – but also love so much. Notice how this week’s image is darker in the corners? That’s vignetting. Anyway, this weekly blog thing is making me go shoot consistently on Tuesdays, and I’m really liking that. Continue reading “Ep 5: Weekly Wednesday Photo Sharing”
These last two weeks have been a “oh crap it’s Tuesday, I need to take a picture,” with surprisingly good results. Last week’s was a favorite of the year, and this week’s is equally interesting. Lately, the sunsets have had a nice glow, with beautiful gradients from red, to orange, to purple in the west. Continue reading “Ep. 4: Weekly Wednesday Photo Sharing”
Hey, this week’s shot isn’t from a time lapse sequence! How neat is that? I actually did still photography, and it made it onto Instagram. Anyways, I was looking for dinner tonight, and on my way out, I decided the light was too nice to not take pictures. Dallas had its first cool day of theContinue reading “Ep. 3: Weekly Wednesday Photo Sharing”
Another still image taken from a time lapse sequence. I don’t think anyone is surprised by that… ISO 100 | f/8 | 1/6 | 35mm This was taken Saturday morning during the wonderful, soft morning light. I like how it came out with the car blurred, and just love the colors. I finally put myContinue reading “Ep. 2: Weekly Wednesday Photo Sharing”
This is one of my first big photography related projects. A proper time lapse movie. Between one-hundred twenty and one-hundred fifty seconds long. Inspired by all those short travel video time lapses that are a dime-a-dozen on Youtube.
This is the first post in my new weekly photo sharing series. In this series, I’ll pick a photo, old or new, and just talk about it. It may be a “how did I get the shot” post, or just something I liked. ISO 100 | f/8 | 1/10 | 35mm Lately I’ve been doingContinue reading “Ep. 1: Weekly Wednesday Photo Sharing”
This past weekend was the big moment the family has been waiting for. My cousin’s wedding
2017’s photographic fascination have been time lapse photography. If I want to shoot every night, I need to do it close to my apartment (DFW traffic is awful).
I took an overnight trip to Caprock Canyons State Park in July, solely for the purpose of photographing the stars. A few of my friends mentioned taking a road trip to New Mexico, and I tagged along for the first leg.
The Sigma 24 f/1.4 Art lens. A review. What more can you want?