Confidence. Confidence. Confidence. Some photographers find a way find beauty in ordinary things. That makes sense. But what do you do when faced with a subject that possesses immense inherent beauty? I was recently faced with this question after encountering what I could only describe as an impossibly beautiful woman. You know what I’m talking [...]
So, I’m no Nature photographer. But I recently red Moose Peterson’s book, Captured – and was inspired to try to capture a little wildlife while here at the shore in Wildwood NJ. I’m shooting with a Canon 60D and the EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L – which provides excellent image stabilization and about 480mm fullframe FOV equivalent. [...]
It’s Earth Day. I will be the first to admit that, while I’m no environmental activist, and I love me some incandescent light-bulbs, that I do have a soft spot for nature. In Northern NJ, we have some beautiful old-growth forests, many that display venerable, old, revolutionary-war-era trees. However, as is always the case, Mother [...]
It’s Flickr Friday. This week, we’ve got a gallery of portraits taken with Leica M rangefinders. CLICK HERE for the gallery. Leave a comment – tell us what you think!
1) Bokeh. 2) Out of focus highlights. 3) Creamy blurbutter. The Zeiss ZE Makro Planar T* 50mm f/2 is a beast. f/1.2 can kiss the derriere, really.