Tag: Digital single-lens reflex camera
Marshall Beach Sunset
It was certainly a hike to get down to the beach. Boy was it worth it!
My 2013 Project (aka #ProjectFilm)
I’m so excited about this project I couldn’t wait till New Years to tell everyone.
Learning Curves (updated)
I haven’t felt this out of my element since I graduated college with no job and no idea what to do.
Something Shocking I’m Doing This Year…
While I’m all for constant improvement and resolutions (any time of year), I’ve never really wanted to admit them publicly. It’s not a privacy thing, it’s really that no one gives a shit (truly) on what I want to improve on. I on the other hand do like hearing what others’ goals are because it…
A couple of weeks ago I had to send my trusty Canon T2i DSLR in for servicing. I was beginning to have a lot of issues with my autofocus, especially with my 60mm Macro lens (which also went back). So, while my camera gets service and back to me in time for the holiday (I…
Playing around with HDR, part I
I’ll admit it- I haven’t posted in over a week (two weeks to be exact). While this is for a myriad of reasons which some I can disclose and some I cannot, rest assured I haven’t been sitting still. One great example of this was 2 weekends ago when my buddy Ryan hired me to…
Talking Canon with Grandpop
This past weekend (before I headed to Chicago for an Innovation Games® training) I visited my grandfather at his place in Sparks, Maryland. I rarely get to see him so it’s usually a treat when I do. Most of the time I bring Marcy along as he lives on several acres that she can run…
Stopping Time with Time Lapse in Chicago
Here is my initial foray into time lapse photography. Taken over a course of an hour by the “Bean” in Millennium Park in downtown Chicago. I used a Canon T2i and edited it together using iMovie ’09. Time Lapse Chicago 2011
Over the weekend, my buddy, James, and I visited a local brewery. As any photographer would do, he brought along his lens collection. One particular lens that caught my eye was his 50mm Prime lens at an f1.8 aperture. This is significantly different from my standard 18-55mm kit lens. As prime lenses have a fixed focal length, you have…