Yesterday, I was driving through South Whitley. It’s a typical small Indiana town with just a few downtown buildings. For a small town and historic looking downtown, it was busy with patrons at the local bars and restaurants. As I was making my way through town I came across a corner ice cream parlor. It definitely had a retro look and was a great picture opportunity. Maybe next time I’ll stop and get some food.
One evening I thought I would use my Ikan LED light to shoot some daffodils. I love how well it illuminated the flower pedals. I was using my Leica M9 and the 90mm Summarit-M lens. Obviously, shooting in complete darkness can be challenging especially with a manual focus camera. I had to lay on the ground to get this shot and used a high aperture (f/2.5) to get the shot.
Soon, I hope to post more frequently. Having a 3.5 week old at home is making it difficult (sleep has become much more important).
Hello everyone. I’m trying to keep the site updated a few times a week but with our 2.5 week old at home, time has been limited. I posted a short Amazon Prime Review today, go here to read it. I plan on posting an updated picture later to day.
A week ago, my wife gave birth to our first child. She’s definitely a welcome addition to our family. I don’t shoot too many portraits and I’m still trying to learn more about lighting. I’ve been trying to come up with some creative shots of her and thought using our couch would be a great back drop because of the neutral colors. This shot demonstrates how much she has to grow and makes me realize that we have a long road ahead of us. We are definitely ready for the challenge.
A few weeks ago, I pulled up to our garage and I noticed this lonely daffodil in our landscaping. Fortunately, it was a beautiful day with low lying clouds. I was able to get just the right shot by laying on the ground. What was most difficult was composing the shot without catching the side of my home and the neighbors. This, shot even though not in focus has a great feel and out of all the other shots taken that day, this was my favorite.