It was a chilly fall morning. There was frost on the rooftops! But with fall settling in, the sun is lower in the sky longer in the morning. The leaves and grasses backlit by the low lying sun.
Before cycling, I walked a small portion of the Bruce Trail close to where I live. It’s still a little early here for the leaves to be changing, but it should be happening any day now. This is a Grindstone … Continued
I made it to the Mattamy National Cycling Centre aka the velodrome in Milton today. I caught one event: the individual pursuit. Here are some photos of friends who raced it today. I took the photos with a camera more … Continued
Today I photographed the Day of the Hour which was a day of several riders attempting to set one hour records for their age group. This involves a cyclist riding their bike on a track in a velodrome completing as … Continued
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
I recently read a review of one of Fuji’s lenses, the XF 16mm f/1.4, that also happens to be a lens I own. There are a couple of unique feature about this lens: firstly, is the very large aperture wide … 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