iPhone 7… f/1.8 1/9s 3.99mm
The previous art of seeing posts were inspired by an Udemy photography class taught by Adam Marelli, The Art of Seeing Photography, (10 light figure on dark ground and 10 dark figure on light ground).
With the completion of this project, I am now challenging myself to a 30 day project, same lens camera wide open, that was inspired by an educational Thorsten von Overgaard Photography webinar.
Nikon D750… f/1.8 1/4000s 35mm 200 ISO
Even though the 35 prime lens offers a sharper image, I generally prefer telephoto lenses with image stabilization as a means to ease anxiety, especially with street photography. So with the intention to draw upon past photo learning projects, I will step out of my comfort zone with my Nikon (35 prime lens, aperture set at f/1.8, and a neutral density filter) for the next 30 days…
9 replies to “same lens…camera wide open”
Interesting challenge. I look forward to seeing what happens.
With the intention to socially isolate during this 30 day period adds another dimension to this project
Well, good point. Another challenge is to look around and see what is at home with new eyes.
Cabin fever pushes me to walk the bike path.
Well, see? A whole new world!
I hope you and your traveling companion(s) have arrived home from your latest travels absent any virus, fevers, lost luggage.
We got home a more than a month ago. Interestingly, the virus was first announced when we were in Iceland. We are taking due care.
I too look forward to seeing your photos. I like the challenge and your comment about the lenses resonates for me.
Thank you for the support as I resist the urge to change lenses.
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