I took several shots of the Baum Iron Company Building while in Omaha last weekend. I liked this night shot the best because it has a gritty, “Mean Streets” feel.
Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L at 67mm. 1/10 second at f/5.0, ISO 5000.
Canon 5DM3 on the not so mean streets of downtown Omaha.
I took this shot while stopped at a turnout on our way home from a gig on Sunday night–and “night” is the operative word. The 5D Mark III is amazing in low light situations.
Lens: Canon 24-105mm f/4L at 65mm. 1/50 second at f/11, ISO 5000.
Canon 5DM3 pushing the light edges.
I took this shot in a business park parking lot after loading our gear after a gig. We’re often the last to leave.
Canon G11 out late.
We played a bar gig in San Francisco last night. Just before going on stage, I was wandering around with camera in hand looking for shots when I saw this guy through a window. I had the camera in manual mode so I could get fussy with the quirky light levels in the bar. Fortunately, he was talking on his cell phone so I had time to dial in a good exposure before he moved on. And because I was shooting through a window the camera picked up some of the neon reflected off the bar and placed it neatly on the overpass.
Settings: f/3.2, 8.9mm (41mm equivalent), ISO 800, 1/10 second. Handheld.
Canon G11 staying up late.