I saw this Harley-Davidson parked on the main boulevard in downtown Petaluma. There was a lot of distracting stuff near it so I took several close-up shots. This one popped when I converted it to monochrome in Nik Silver Efex Pro.
Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm at 105mm. 1/60 at f/8.0, ISO 100.
Canon 5DM3 catching my reflection.
I’m currently going through a major transition (all good!), so I’m wrapping stuff up and preparing to change coordinates. Also, I’ve got this brand new, monster of a camera but I’m ridiculously busy–aargh!… Lots of 5DM3 “Out and About” photos will be coming soon. In the meantime, another close-up of flora at the homestead from this past weekend.
Lens: Canon Ef 24-105mm f/4.0L at 105mm. 1/3200 second at f/4, ISO 200.
Canon 5DM3 in training.
I’ve owned and ridden motorcycles in my lifetime, but I’ve never ridden a Harley. If I were to own one, I could see it looking something like this.
Canon G11 getting close to the chrome.
Early this afternoon, I spotted this very rare garden fish just outside our bedroom’s sliding glass door. Fortunately, I had my T2i with the Nifty Fifty mounted and ready as there was precious little time to get a good shot before it swam off. Guess I got lucky.
Lens: Canon EF 50 1.8 II (aka, the “Nifty Fifty”). 1/30 second at f/2.8, ISO 100.
Canon T2i at the ready.
It’s an overcast, chilly day here in the northern San Francisco Bay Area and I’m hanging out at the homestead. For photo fun, I took advantage of the subdued afternoon light and grabbed this close-up of one of our wintered bean poles.
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II. 1/60 second at f/2.8, ISO 100.
Canon T2i staying close-up during the holidaze.