Flat Iron Rear End
So like I mentioned in my previous follies post, I had my ISO set to 400 instead of 50, and well, the first half of my roll wasn’t so great.I had the camera on my hand at all times, and I may or may not have released the shutter by accident whilst walking around.
Part of the old Limelight, maybe some chopping would do this justice.
I don’t even know where I accidentally did this
I was just trying to finish off my roll. ISO 50 indoors even at F/1.4 still needed a 1/20th shutter speed.
Reflections, of how I am out of ideas.
It looked cool when I stopped to wait for the light.
Old Limelight. Probably would look cool with some Pshopping. That door is red, and it does stand out a bit.
Didn’t look as cool as when I took a pic of this with a Sony A7S
Again, it looked cool while I was walking, but didn’t translate well.
I call bull on having the right ISO selected.
McDonalds mural looked cool
Um…I don’t know anymore…
Ivy covered building, I wish I had the proper ISO for this.
I had high hopes for this one, but…
Again, high hopes turns into utter disapointment
This could have turned out better…
I thought the floor looked great
Love the contrast of the trees, and the Empire State Building peeking out, just wish the ISO was set properly.
Again, would’ve have been nicer if the ISO was set proper
Should’ve brought out the sky more.
This shot failed so much, that I couldn’t even get the watermark set properly.
Ho-Hum street shot.
I can’t even…
At this point, I was really out of ideas.