D is for Digital camera’s on Display. I really stretched it today. #jwab #alphabetsoup #nexus6
D is for @downtowncamera, the folks who take great care to Develop and Digitize my memories captured on film and then transfer them onto a compact Disc. #jwab#alphabetsoup And, in keeping with the bacon theme, some of the photos I take allow me to bring home some bacon too!! 😛
Don’t know what letter we are on? Find out in the calendar, below!
C is for a Couple of Camcorders that I often use to Capture a wedding day or other significant life moments. These Come with some supporting gear, such as lens Caps, batteries and Chargers, power Cords and memory Cards that have lots of Capacity! #jwab #alphabetsoup
Part 1 – C is for the Cement trucks waiting to go to the Construction site. #alphabetsoup #photo #jwab
Part 2 – C is for the Crane that will offload the Cement from the Cement truck and bring it up on top of the construction site #photo #alphabetsoup #jwab
It’s been a while since I posted a random photo. Just been behind on a few things. In any case, here is an oldy. It snowed a bit today, and reminded me of some older snow scenes that I’ve taken. And looking through my older shots, I saw this one.
Shot with my old Pentax K10D and Pentax’s DA 10-17mm Fisheye.
Pentax K10D Pentax DA 10-17mm FE 1/750 f/6.7 10 mm ISO 400
Shooting snowy scenes always gives me this calming effect, the quietness, the serenity of everything after a fresh snow fall gives you this peace from with in. At least with me. I hope you enjoyed.
In short, EPIC. I seriously do not have the expanded vocabulary to even come up with an adjective to describe on how good this is. All i have to say is if you are ever in NYC, you must give it a go. Oh, and their Ramen’s are also EPIC.
These were the first few days I shot of this years, very short, and very much failed 365 set. My first subject was toy cars, and I did have a ton to shoot, but a trip to Florida, and some other stuff going down quickly put a kibosh on my project. Maybe next year I can get going on it again, maybe.
Nikon D700 Micro Nikkor 60mm Nikon SB900 1/15 f/8.0 Focal Length 60 mm ISO 1600 -1/3 EV