Had a brief stroll this afternoon with my camera and macro lens to capture some early springtime. The shallow depth of field of the macro lens is quite apparent in some shots.
In previous posts in my photography tag, I’ve documented my learning process and acquisition of new equipment. I’ve long eyed getting a fisheye lens; it’s not an overly practical lens versus a fast prime or a fast telephoto, but it can be used to create some interesting photos. I lucked out last summer and found […]
A rare sighting of bald eagles passing by allowed me to get a little photography practice.
Christmas 2014 has come and gone. It was a tame one compared to recent years, but successful (and delicious) nonetheless. I took numerous photos over a few days (my Nikon D50 is still going strong, nearly nine years later!), and have elected to share a select few here.
Joined a local photography meetup group for a stroll around Sidney’s waterfront on Saturday April 19, 2014. Overcast and cool. The rain held off until we were done.
Being an avid amateur (perhaps advanced amateur at that) photographer, I replaced my older telephoto lens with a new choice, the Nikon AF-S 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 VR.
Just a shot of my snowy view this morning…
Earlier this year, not too long after my previous lens acquisition, I started shopping for a wide angle lens. I’ll give an overview of the lens that made the cut.
Victoria got a treat yesterday: the renowned aerial acrobatic team known as the Snowbirds put on a performance above the Dallas Road waterfront. It was quite the draw: plenty of people turned out for the event, which is part of celebrations for British Columbia’s 150th year.
I’ve added a new lens to my camera bag.