Got to photograph this cute lil' one today.
"Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I'm going to take tomorrow." -Imogen Cunningham
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I enjoyed these Latin dancers that were at one of the events I was covering last night, and wanted to share these images.
Just hanging around with Tipsy on a Caterday.
Spent sometime playing with some of the images of Andrea today. I love to play with post processing, and trying to create new and fun effects. I really liked what I was able to do with these!
After seeing many amazing photographers blog and talk about this camera, I am in deep lust! The Fugi X100S is beautiful and takes excellent photos to boot.
I'm also intrigued by the new version, the Fugi X-M1 with it's tilt screen, but I'm definitely putting the X100S on reserve at Borrowlenses! I can't wait to get my little hands on it and do some street photography.
Have you used this camera or any of it's predecessors? Let me know what you think.
More or less.
I've adopted a beautiful three month old kitten named, Tipsy. She is a kitten in every sense of the word. A handful at times, but simply the best thing in my life right now.
I've been absent for a little while, work and life and now Tipsy have been taking priority, but I promise to try and be more active! Don't be surprised if you see a lot of kitten portraits though. :)
If you just can't get enough of kitten photos you can follow Tipsy on her instagram account at instagram.com/therealtipsy
"There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept." - Ansel Adams
"A portrait is not made in the camera, but on either side of it." - Edward Steichen
"Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph." - Matt Hardy
My mission yesterday was to get away a little bit from the architectural photos that I've been doing lately and do more street photography . So I headed off to Balboa Park, a great place to see people of all kinds. Here's a little of what I saw during my walk in the park.
I hope you enjoy. Please like, comment, and share.
Last weekend I took a ride downtown to SD's train depot, Santa Fe Station. It is a great building and I already have plans to go back to do some more shooting. Most of these were done with the wide angle lens I was borrowing from BorrowLenses as I was testing it out. I think it did very well, indeed.
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Happy Saturday All.
I can't imagine running around with a full crew, lights and everything, doing this - but it's an interesting idea.
This is such a cool idea!
“Always seeing something, never seeing nothing, being a photographer” - Walter De Mulder
I got the Tokina 12-24 from BorrowLenses yesterday, and decided to take it out for a test drive. My original goal was to head down to the beach and shoot something for my 52 Week Project of sunsets, but sadly San Diego decided it would be a foggy cold day at the beach. I still got out and took a few shots, and then headed back to University Heights and just walked around a bit. So far, I'm liking the lens. I have two events for Giving Back Magazine tonight, and I'm taking it with me. Check in tomorrow to see how that goes!
Here are a few images from yesterday. Feel free to comment, like, and share. I'd love to know if anyone else has shot with this lens and their feelings on it.
I love images of abandoned buildings and places. I'm on the look out for some cool (and safe) spots to do some of this shooting in San Diego, but it seems many places are tore down or reinvented with a quickness around here. I came across this article and that desire has sparked once again. If you have any ideas of cool places to shoot in and around San Diego, please pass them along!
“A picture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know.” - Diane Arbus
Recently I've decided that I need a wide angle lens. There are so very many opinions on the internet about which lens is best, and for every "This is the best lens EVAH!" there is a "Focus was off. Do. Not. Buy." So I've taken to trying out lenses first. This Friday I have the Tokina lens coming. It will be my first non-nikon try, but I'm excited about the prospect.
If you're looking at buying any new gear, I suggest a tester from Borrowlenses.com. I've rented from them before and renting is easy and fast. Click the link below and check them out. Today.
Go on! What are you waiting for?