This world is busy busy busy, forging ahead in the snow, Me I'm tired of it. It really does slow down my photography. I loose a bit of creativity after…
Because I always want to try something new and I am interested in the unknown, I decided to do an experiment. One day while, on the web I ran into an interesting topic, coffee whiskey. I thought why not have a laugh and try it. My bride thought I was insane so I knew it was a good idea. So I bought some meh whiskey and some good coffee and decided to give it a go.
Well, it was a calm and quiet day exploring the frontier in the North East of America. The weather was finally cold and feeling like winter and people had finally stopped saying happy New Year. The scourge of the holiday season was behind me and it was time for my yearly walk in the city that I wished was my hometown. Once a year, I take a LONG introverted photo walk through New York. It’s just a little something to keep me sane.
When I started to redo my photography services page, the first thing I deleted my weddings photography option. Working as a wedding photographer is something I tried , then I tried again and in 2015, I did my last one. I admire the photographers who make their living with wedding photography. They are better people than me.
As the photographer in residence, at my job, one of my task is going out in snowy weather to report on the conditions of our property’s. When I first started doing this, I really did no prepare well, this year I’m changing that. Beyond just having a camera in my hand there’s a few things I’ve learned to keep with me along during inclement weather.
Here’s a quick list of my winter gear
Towards the end of my time in the WE35 project, I sort of got the itch to use a different lens, it was my 50mm f1.2. While the 35mm lens…