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Blue Meets Green

Blue Meets Green

Now that the football season is over (soccer to you godless heathens) I now have mornings to myself to get some shooting in. So I snuck off the Meadowlark Gardens just as it opened and paid my $5 entrance fee and in I went. I just wanted to wander and not worry about shooting anything with a purpose so I just had my Panasonic GX7 along with 3 lenses, the 45mm 1.8 (90mm eq), 12mm 2.0 (24mm eq) and the…

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Reflected On You

Reflected On You

I just have had an itch to do some architectural photography lately so I went out and did some shooting. Changed it up and used my Panasonic GX7 and the Olympus 45mm (90mm eq) to get tighter shots. It’s not a lens I use a lot for walking around but sometimes you don’t want wide, but a more compressed shot. Pleased with the results so far. Enjoy.

Photo Gear Enema

Photo Gear Enema

None of these images has anything to do with this topic. They just happened to be the last images shot with gear I have just sold. Other than that they have no bearing what-so-ever on what I am about to write about. I also got to use enema in a title. Very excited by that. I am fresh home from Ace Photo¬†which is my local camera shop. I had made the decision to give myself a photo gear enema. To…

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Reminders of Sping

Reminders of Sping

Still don’t feel like launching into a series yet so I figured I pull out some stuff that never saw the light of day. Both of these were shot with the Panasonic LX7. The LX7 had an interesting feature where you could change the crop on fly with a twist of a dial. So the one image was done in a 1:1 and the other was left in standard 4:3. Enjoy.

Why I Sold My Fuji X100S

Why I Sold My Fuji X100S

I don’t often write much on this site except a paragraph or two. I mostly focus on the images and let them talk for me. I write enough at work and for other projects that pontification here seems redundant. With that out of the way I am going to talk about why I sold my Fuji X100S. First off I want to say I don’t have anything negative to say about the camera. If you are a Fuji user then…

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Tonality of Nature

Tonality of Nature

I love leaves in black and white. It really just shows the texture and it gives some tonality to an otherwise mono-chromatic subject. The first image is of some bamboo that I stuck the camera into it and pointed upwards. I shot it on my EM5 with my Panasonic 20mm. The second is some random leaf plant that I used my Panasonic G5 and the Minolta 50mm 1.4 on it. Enjoy

Solace in Shadow

Solace in Shadow

The post name should be a band name, album title, or song title. Please contact me for licensing! Solace in shadow sounds better then me taking random pictures of stuff that had shadow elements in it. I did stick to a theme of all the images have some sort of architectural element in them. I did this during the later afternoon while the Sun was starting to set and the shadows were deepening. Granted I did take some editing liberties…

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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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