A real mix this week: portraits, macro, using a gimmick filter from the 1970’s. So no real theme!
As I finish week 4 of Project 365, I am settling in, and realizing that for me at least this project is more a sketchpad/dairy, and most weeks will contain a lot of iPhone photography. But the tools used are not the point.
The second week of my photograph a day is done, and I have not missed any days.
Recently back at the AGO; so much architecture I love there! Taken with Sony A7ii, Nikkor 20mm f/2.8 lens, via adapter
Down in the Beaches again this week, and noticed two Muskoka chairs frozen in the ice. I took this image with my Sony A7ii and my TTArtisans 50mm f/2 lens.
On Boxing Day (December 26th) of this year, I went with a couple of friends to the Beaches to shoot the ice that had built up along the water. The ice was amazing; the look and texture different from what I had seen in the past.
I used my Sony A7ii with an old Canon FD 200mm f/4 lens, which at the very least allowed me to not have to walk on too much of the slippery ice!
I met with Nuşan yesterday morning. I really like expressions that are slightly ambiguous! As with all portraits for this project, I used my Sony A7ii with my vintage Helios 44 58mm f/2 lens.
I’m normally a cat person, but an expression like that could make me a dog person!
Out again this morning at the Only Cafe for another entry in my portrait series project with my photography friend Brad Robb. As always for this project, Sony A7ii, Helios 44 lens via adapters.
Andrew is an artist and “maker” in Toronto. So many amazing stories!!
Both images taken with my Sony A7ii and Helios 44 lens (as always for this project.)