Last Saturday I went down to the Beaches, this time with my Sony A7ii camera and Tamron 90mm lens. For a window of a few minutes there was some amazing light!
I am continuing to have fun with the combination of my close to six decades old Helios lens and my only a few years old Sony A7ii digital body. This image is from the Beaches this past Sunday. I managed to capture some of the background swirl this lens is known for.
It has been a while; let’s just say the summer has been challenging, and some things have suffered as a result, like my photo blog. I will try to do better.
I was out this afternoon with a lens I have not used in a while: my Lensbaby Sweet35. I love its primitive characteristics, and the way colour seems to wash through the image.
I was in the Beaches again this past weekend, and my lens of choice was my 58mm/f2 Helios 44/2. I love the overall look and swirl of this lens when used wide open!
I like shooting flowers earlier in the day, when a direct sun is not beating down. All images taken with my Sony AR7ii, and an Olympus Zuiko 50mm/f3.5 macro lens.
I love the Muskoka Chairs by the water. Hasselblad 500CM, Kodak Ektachrome E100 slide film
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I am having fun with my Revere Stereo 33 camera (replacing a Stereo Realist that has major issues) ! These are a couple my first colour stereo pair images (with Fuji C-41 colour negative film), taken in Guildwood Park recently. To view them properly I … Continue reading In Stereo
My shooting has slowed down over the last couple of weeks due to back problems. This past Saturday I went out early to the Scarborough Bluffs but I only lasted about forty minutes before back pain drove me back to the car and back home. … Continue reading A Visit to the Bluffs, Part 1