I walked giddily to the rooftop pool at The Adolphus. Depending on the point of view— we were overdressed. Tore was in his tux and I was in my mod dress and boots— we had finished our meal from The … Continue reading Dancing on the Rooftop at The Adolphus, Part 3
When it’s a cold and foggy night in January, most people are cozy and warm indoors. But for photographers, it’s the perfect opportunity to take photos! … Continue reading A perfect foggy night
Today’s very unusual tripod challenge: photograph fireflies. My friend and I have discovered a spot where fireflies are plentiful… if you get there at just the right hour. We got there with our equipment at the wrong hour. There were … Continue reading Firefly!
I pride myself in not watching the Super Bowl— not even for the commercials. That’s why today’s post is especially compelling. Greg Kimbrough, or as I like to call him, Dr. House, is my gym trainer from a few years … Continue reading Football!
I spotted a Ferris wheel on the way home from work and decided to take Big Bertha to the carnival. This was the perfect location to experiment with different camera settings. This ride below looked boring until it started moving. I experimented with shutter speed. This ride below was covered in lights. I placed the camera on the tripod, selected a slow shutter speed and zoomed the lens in and out until I liked the results. More fun with a slow shutter speed and moving the camera. The Ferris Wheel! Camera: Big Bertha (Canon EOS 5D Mark II) Date: February … Continue reading Carnival!