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Fall From Above

Fall From Above

Working on the 11th floor does have its advantages. Since it’s one of the tallest buildings in the area I have the ability to shoot relatively unobstructed from certain sides of the building so I take the opportunity from time-to-time. I recently aquired a Tamron 28-300 lens for those times when I need a bit more reach. It was cheap and it gets decent reviews. Sure it won’t match my Sigma Art 24-105 or my Nikon 70-200 in quality but…

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Little Bit of Fall

Little Bit of Fall

I set myself a challenge. I found the first “real” camera, meaning one I thought I spent a lot of money on it; something like $179. This was 5 years ago and I had no concept of what photography equipment cost. You can tell by the price it was a point and shoot. I thought I had made a major investment. It was to shortly thereafter I acquired my first DSLR, a Canon XSi so this camera was relegated to the…

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Sunset Over the Burbs

Sunset Over the Burbs

Person who works for me ran into my office screaming if I had a camera. Of course I did. I had my Panasonic G5 with a lovely Minolta 50mm 1.4 on it. She grabbed it and immediately went to the window and tried to take a shot. I asked her if she knew how to use the camera. “Of course” was the reply I got. Then I saw her looking at the lens and trying to figure out why it…

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Early Fall Foliage

Early Fall Foliage

I haven’t shot much nature stuff lately that isn’t in a landscape format. I have been traveling or doing other things that has led me to move away from shooting nature just because the opportunity that hasn’t presented itself. I am also not that into it to be honest. If I had a choice between shooting other things I tend to gravitate towards them versus close up nature type work. So seeing how I had a choice between sitting in my office…

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Fall Lights

Fall Lights

I had a request for some fall colors from someone in sunny and dare I say warm Florida.  I saw this lam and I liked the leaves around it against the blue sky and the green plant thingies on the wall behind it.  I will say now that this is straight out of the Fuji X100S with nothing but some clarity and sharpness added for my tastes and some contrast.  Meaning, that sky was that blue without me manipulating it…

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