Sorry I missed putting up random photos last night. Our new couch gets to be very comfortable, especially after long days. Anyway, I give you 3 shots, again from 2009, maybe 2010, but most likely 2009. These were shot with my then brand new Nikon D700 with a 24mm F/2.8 Nikkor D lens.
Funny, when I say ‘then brand new Nikon D700’. I can’t believe it’s been 9 years since I adopted into the Nikon system. That’s another story for another post. For now, please enjoy these shots.
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Recently, the world famous Budweiser Clydesdale horses rode through town to do a beer run. They actually had to drop off a case of Bud at each of the local bars. Well in any case, it became a spectacle. I wasn’t actually expecting it to be that ‘chaotic’. I’m not really going to talk about the horses. Sure, they were magnificent beasts, all very well mannered and groomed to perfection. No, I really want to talk about the cell phone or ‘iPhone-tography’ (is that what it is really called?) that’s just the craze these days. (more…)
This is probably one of my favorite events to spectate let alone shoot. The last few years or should I say the first 3 years of me watching / shooting this event, I have been more of a spectator than a photographer. You could also say I got a bit lazy and just wanted to enjoy the weekend. This year I wanted to focus more on the photography and try to enjoy it as much, and I’m glad I went that direction. I think I enjoyed it more watching the race unfold through my finder rather than watching and capturing snap shots casually with whatever camera I happen to have available.
It’s been a week since I was out enjoying the waves and the sun and I haven’t been able to adjust back to normalcy. Having said that, it pains me to look at my vacation photos since I wished I was still there. I did happen to open up Lightroom though and I just so happen to close it at one particular sunrise session I did. One of the shots below, which I am not too crazy on, but I am sharing with y’all anyway. More from this set to come soon!
Yes, it’s not tack, and somehow I managed to unsettle this 1.3 second exposure.