Day 7 of 7 of the Black and White Challenge.
My automatic, a.k.a. self-winding, Seiko that my father gave years (decades) ago. I used the XF 56mm f/1.2 on the X-Pro2 with an extension tube to get make the macro shot of the automatic mechanism. Lit with the Yongnuo bounced … Continued
Lighting highly reflective surfaces can be a challenge, but when executed properly makes for interesting photographs. We have a hand blender and while it may be an anachronism, it still does the job. Lit using a couple of hand flashes … Continued
I worked from home today and as is sometimes the case, I didn’t create any photos today so I’m digging, not too deeply mind you into the archives of 2017. I started this blog around Feb 15 and of course … Continued
Today I didn’t think about creating anything until this evening. I was thinking of going through some of my unpublished work, but I wanted to really post something, anything that was shot today. The result is a photo of M&Ms. … Continued
From street photography to landscapes, from still lifes to portraits. Today was a still life day. A couple of years ago, I gave my older daughter a tea set. No, not the kind of tea set one would have to … Continued
These were not created today. I made these images back in 1993 for my portfolio. I used my Sinar F 4×5 view camera, I think a Nikkor 210mm f/5.6 on Velvia 50. With such a low ISO, long extension on … Continued
Today’s entry cut it close to the wire. I was getting close to desperation coming up with something to photograph. Then I saw my 10-year anniversary gift with my former employer – a brass Tiffany clock. It’s heavy and simple, … Continued