Hello everybody! As the title says, it was an ominously foggy day! In Colorado, we do not get fog that often and when we do, it usually lasts for an hour or so before dissipating. Today was a special case. The fog was there when I woke up at 8 AM and lasted well into the night! I tried to take advantage of that by walking around my neighborhood and taking pictures with the Canon 6D and Sigma 35mm f/1.4 combination. With these photos below, I thought I was able to show you all just how unique this day (and night) has been! Enjoy!
PSA: you can click on the images for their native resolution sizes.
Hello all! It’s been WAY too long since I’ve made a blog post. Sorry guys, life got in the way! 😛 Well… that and I didn’t have my own DSLR to keep shooting and posting on here for you guys. Well, that’s no more! I’ve finally gotten my own Canon 6D with the 50mm f/1.4 lens.
It’s been tough re-learning all the tools that your generic DSLR offers, such as the aperture, ISO, white balance, etc. I’m working towards getting the lens to be micro-adjusted for the Canon 6D so that the focus can be tack-sharp. It has been three days since I have owned this camera and I’m still learning many new things about it. That’s just fine with me because this is such an enjoyable hobby!
Within the next week or so, I’ll be playing with the famed Brenzier Method! Stay tuned.
It’s been a blast so far, I’m just shooting everything I see (ha ha) and picking out the best to edit in Lightroom 5. The results are what you see below. Enjoy!