Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/60s @ f/2.7; ISO 400
Just took the D7000 (and 16-85 DX) along out for lunch to see how it looks for some stuff around the neighborhood... Nothing to complain about really, it's best described as "colorful". The 16-85 is a very nice little lens.
Love that IR, Matto.
love the IR. good stuff.
makes me even more anxious to get my LX2 back from conversion.
It's Just Like It Feels...
Feels very powerful... and powerless at the same time. Love the grainy processing too.
(BTW, is that at Copley Square? I think I recognize the CVS across Boylston from there.)
That one speaks, Steve
I don't care what gear I have.
Things I sell: http://www.shutterstock.com/sets/413...html?rid=61105
A long-time dear friend of my wife's asked me to take some photos for an album cover. A retired educator (she has a PhD in something weird), and a concert pianist. This woman has a list of accomplishments as long as my arm. She is also quite a character! Here are a few from the shoot;
All with the D3s, 24-70/2.8 combo. Lighting via a single Ranger Quadra, and an Elinchrom Deep Octa.
Thanks Steve. Much appreciated.
love the mood, lighting, and expressions Lloyd. i feel like i "get" her.
if i'm honest though...i'm not a fan of the hands being obstructed (whether by the edge of the frame, or the piano). it bothers me mainly because hands are so important to a pianist. just thinking out loud.
You guys for real!!