I just got on the new Union Pearson Express for the first time and am off to New York for the first time in almost a decade.
Unfortunately it’s for work, but I packed my camera and I’m hoping I can take some time to shoot a few photos and maybe grab a nice bite to eat somewhere. My brother the chef has been filling my taste buds with fancy ideas of fun places to go!
I was up late tonight and managed to get this interesting pic of the moon. What’s fascinating is that with very minimal processing it turned out there were hundreds of stars in the background and they came out as perfect pinpoints of light. My new-used 80-200mm f/2.8 is turning out to be a pretty amazing lens, especially for the price.
This is without much effort since it’s late on a worknight, but I now know I’m going to have try to get some much better shots, perhaps outside the city later on this year. I might even think about renting an even longer lens to see what I can do.
I bought a new macro lens last week and it’s pretty exciting! I haven’t really produced any photos yet that I’m particularly excited about, I’m still trying to learn how to use it properly, but I’m pretty sure it’s going to be fun. One thing that it made clear is that I need to get the sensor on my D7000 cleaned though.
For the time being, you can see what the camera is capable of here: http://www.badphotography.ca/Miscellaneous/i-TFNWccn/A
I am in the process of getting my new photography site going, I’m hoping this spring and summer in particular are going to be very productive. I’ve been playing around with some new techniques and hope to have some new photos up soon.
For now, I’ve been curating my old photos and getting things organized.