Better late than never, I guess…
I’ve felt a bit uninspired by my actual photography practice of late. I was ill for a week or so, but it went back farther than that, really, back to early January even. I think it had something to do with diet, maybe, or rest, or exercise, but none of that has changed much. Allahu Alim. […]
I’ve been singing film’s praises for quite awhile, now, and it has its strong suits, for sure, but digital has something that film simply doesn’t: RAW.
August 29 marked 2 years since the darling, adorable Hanabibti and I married, and to celebrate, we took a road trip: Dallas to Eureka Springs, AR, where we stayed the night at Mom’s; Eureka Springs to Springfield, IL to meet up with an old friend and professor; Springfield to Chicago for 3 nights to see […]
Two of these were shot at a roadside picnic area on the way back from Kerrville with the 50mm f/1.8 E Series. Two were shot with the new-to-me 75-150mm E Series. And the last… well I’m not sure what I shot that with. It depends, really, on where I shot it. I think I shot […]
or don’t. To be honest, I’ve grown a bit tired of pun-type street photography, but I recognize the impulse to shoot contradictory signage and whatnot. Ah, the sweet taste of internal contradiction.
(This is the second of two images culled from the archives due to lack of shooting discipline. tsk tsk.) D7000. Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 E-Series (back before it became the Zomb-E Series). Originally shot March 10, 2012; processed in Lightroom 5, March 23, 2014.