Shoot with Nadine in North Bend, Washington, the other day. Not the snowy Winter photos we were looking for, but I think they turned out great.
Portrait shoot with Hunter Gilbert the other day. This one was at Wright Park, an arboretum out in Tacoma. Another very autumnal shoot, only slightly offset by the wintery clothing. The flannel did quite a bit to dissuade that idea.
The Helios 40-2 is showing itself in the very swirly pictures again, with the hang of its center focus still being a bit to get used to. Still had a bunch of fun out and about. Thanks again for humoring me, Hunter!
Fun shoot with Grace Dahl the other day. It helped how much of a natural she seemed at being in front of the camera, and I got an earnest chance to try out that Helios 40-2. Very nice, chilly, transitional weather in Puyallup gave some fantastic natural light, so I got to use the most of my aperture. With autumn quickly becoming winter, the skies were clear, and the ground was awash in orange.
Sony Alpha 6300, Helios 40-2. 10/16/18, 10:59 AM.
Sony Alpha 6300, f/5, 1/3200, ISO-100, 42mm. 10/4/2018 3:46 PM.
This photo was taken through a car window. I’m surprised it turned out as well as it did, frankly.
Alpha 6300 w/ Helios 44-2, f/2, 1/3200, ISO-100. 9/27/2018 11:13 AM.
Sony a6300, f/14, 1/80, ISO-100, 23mm. 8/8/2018 6:25 PM.
Unpolarized. I’ll get that one next time.