Category Archives: Street
Went out at dusk the other night with a fellow Fuji shooter and Jack came along (it was, after all, HIS walk) and we took a few. Fun to have a fellow-traveler along.
Backfire: Moto Gathering in Ballard
It’s dark out there.
And the scooter shall park with the Moto Guzzi…
I’m tellin’ ya, Doc, I’m seein’ lines all over the place. Doc, Doc, what’s wrong with me?
I shoot my personal work with Fujifilm camera bodies. Recently I’ve been grabbing the XPro-1 body with Fuji’s stellar 35mm f1.4 “normal” lens. This lens on the Fuji APS-C (“crop”) sensor has the field of view of a 53mm lens used on full-frame format. The wide open aperture of f1.4 creates a super-shallow zone of sharpness. If we are close, you, the viewer, see the subject sharp against a softer surround. Sometimes obvious, sometimes subtle. It is very hard to achieve focus on the tiny slice of the scene you want to show perfect sharpness. There’s a rumor that Fuji is developing a 33mm […]
I went down to Waimea town for an errand and to shoot a bit… could not “get going”. Town seemed deserted. Just took one shot. Two frames, with and without the walking couple. This one was better. X-Pro-1, 35mm f1.4, 1/4000 at f1.4 (wide open to help separate the cart from its surroundings.) ISO 400
Stopped at the Tesoro Queen K on my way home from the Kona Camera Club May meeting, Thursday the 26th.
Hilo’s calling: wants more pictures…