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  • A Bit Distracted

    It has been an interesting fortnight to say the least. This post will be a bit shorter than usual as I’ve barely been shooting. In fact I don’t think I’ve even turned my camera on since taking these shots a few weeks ago. All of these images were taken with the Samyang AF 85mm f/1.4 which performed really well. I’ll use this post to simply explain why I’ve been busy…

  • One Lens Leaves While Another Arrives

    This past weekend, I said goodbye to one lens and hello to another. Recently I posted about selling my Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS in favor of the Sony FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM. I already went into why I made the switch on my review, so I won’t repeat it here. Despite the fact that the Sony 16-35 GM is one of, if not the best lens I’ve used to…

  • Christmas Markets & Bokeh Balls

    So here are some photos from the past few weeks I’ve taken. This will be my last post of this type for 2019 and then I’ll be trying the new format as of next year. Here are some photos from around the Christmas Markets at The Rocks here in Sydney. I went during the day when it was quite warm so I didn’t take too many photos. The best part…

  • Been Having A Break

    So recently with uni and work I’ve been a bit strapped for time. I know I used to do posts on each photo but I think I’ll keep this format for at least the next few weeks until my exams are done. Below are a bunch of different images from different days and events over the past few weeks. Enjoy!

  • Sony FE 35mm f/1.8 First Impressions

    It was a long wait but my Sony FE 35mm f/1.8 has finally arrived! I have been really excited to get this lens and I can say it does not disappoint. I wouldn’t call this a comprehensive or technical review, but more of my first impressions of this lens. I’ve previously covered why I love 35mm lenses over at TPE, so if you want more context check it out here.

  • Paddy’s Market

    Here are some candid street shots from Paddy’s Market here in Sydney. My girlfriend likes to come here on a weekly basis to buy all her fruits and this was one of the rare times I had my camera with me. It’s such a busy environment so it’s easy to capture candid moments. I have to say the 35mm Art really worked well in the scenario. AF was spot on…

  • San Francisco People

    Below are some street photos from my trip to San Francisco. Street photography is one of my favorite genres so I was happy to give it a try with a Wide Angle compared to my usual 85mm. And just for fun to finish things off, here’s a photo my girlfriend took of me pretending to look like a lost tourist.

  • Evening Stroll

    After a long time I managed to get back out there and do some street photography. I was waiting for my girlfriend so I used the opportunity to walk around with my Sony FE 85mm f/1.8 and see what I could capture. The first image is of a street performer. I wanted to try and capture more images of him but he seemed to be taking a break after this…

  • Harris Street

    This is a street I walk down regularly on my way to Haymarket. There’s nothing special about this spot, but the lighting is nice at sunset.

  • Chinatown Crossing

    I really love 85mm for street photography, even though it isn’t considered to be a typical focal length for street.