I have now added Disqus comments to my posts to go with the more detailed information on each shot.
Danbo Mini wouldn’t listen to Danbo so he had no choice but to tie him up and drag him away!!
After a VERY tasty dinner at Tony Roma’s the street was nice and empty so decided to take a quick natural light portrait of my girlfriend.
Recently it was my girlfriends birthday and her present was the “Two Hearts” necklace from Swarovski. I had seen it one day when we were window shopping and decided to get her that.
As usual, I have to mention how much I still love the 35 IS. As good as the Sigma 50mm f1.4 is, I have to say I like the focal length of the 35 better as well as the more reliable AF.
This is a reprocessed version of a previous uploaded image .
I remember this was a image I was real happy with from my trip to Hong Kong but considering that was over a year ago now, my processing style has changed and grown and I feel it could be improved.
This was taken with my 550D + Sigma 50mm f1.4 yet (in my opinion) looks better than quite a few images I have taken with my 6D. I have never believed that gear has a great impact on the final image but I do believe that post processing is what can really help you get the most out of your gear and images.
After much debate on which site to use as my photography portfolio I decided to keep using Tumblr, purchase a domain and also purchase a theme. I had started to design a SquareSpace and their templates are very nice, it’s just the price that I wasn’t too happy with.
Tumblr is more convenient for me and easier to post to considering I can connect it to my Flickr. With the price of the domain for 2 years and the new layout, it was greatly cheaper than what I would pay through SquareSpace.
Once I’m done with this horrible ethics assignment, I will add a gallery page for all of you to be able to view my top images. Sometime in the not too distant future I hope to even post some tips/tutorials on how I process my images and what gear I use.
So who doesn’t love a bench shot? Very typical I know but I love this park and I feel like it has nice scenery. It’s Hyde Park in Perth, many cities seems to have a Hyde Park and every one I have visited is so nice.
While taking another photo (which will be uploaded tomorrow), I thought this would make an interesting image so decided to capture it. I stupidly rested my arm on the rail to further stabilize myself which worked against me due to the shake each time a car crossed the bridge.
The Canon EF 35mm f2 IS really is an amazing lens, I find the focal length to perfect for me and even though its a f2 you can still get a real nice bokeh from it.