Posted on January 3, 2014
The river looks as if the brush in ‘artist’ painted it, but it was a lens, not a brush, that did the painting. A Zeiss 135mm APO SONNAR lens was allowed to exposure this image for 20 seconds, and this is what it captured. The still reflections on top of the moving water created this painterly like effect, and I love the dramatic effect created by shooting in black and white as compared to the softer effect in color.
Posted on January 2, 2014
Another classic image from an artist’s studio that pairs well with the limited edition photo ‘artist’. This image was taken with a Zeiss 100mm f2 Makro Planar lens which is famous for it’s sharp detail and soft background that renders very artistically as compared to other long lenses. An artistic lens for an artistic shot in a true artist’s studio… right on! I would love to see this image on a giant canvas on a stark white accent wall.
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Posted on December 31, 2013
This was one of the most enjoyable photos I’ve ever taken. This was in the early evening when the sun was already starting to set, so the light was minimal. I opened up the aperture all the way to f/2 and allowed the ISO to climb to 12,800, and with that combination I never expected to get such a nice photo. It’s not a great technical image, but it has a wonderful nostalgic quality to it. I almost cropped out the blurry window pane on the right side that got accidentally included in the shot because I was rushing to get the camera into position, but I decided to leave it since it translates perfectly from how I was actually seeing this fun little scene out of my own window.