Well, it was a nice week, exploring the frontier, out here in New Jersey. The weather was nice, there was lots of coffee and I got some rest.
Last week was exhausting. I recovered but looked forward to a few easy moments. I started the week with a morning walk. With spring not quite over, the mornings were still cool and enjoyable.
For work, there was lots of camera work. I started the week with some simple portraits with the Sony A7III and a 50mm lens. It worked out well and the week moved on.
I also had to take some folks on a quick tour around our different locations of my job. Moments like that have been rare I enjoyed just being able to get out the office take some pics and breath.
This eventually lead to a busy weekend. With the weather staying agreeable, I was able finally able to do some camera work I promised a client. For months now every time we scheduled something it would rain. I was glad to finally wipe that off my todo list.
Another thing I was able to wipe off my to-do list, was adding the Sony 20mm 2.8 to my bag. Its a lens for my Sony A6300 and my first autofocus pancake lens. I’ll talk more about it later.
I also got to play with the Tamron 28-75. This lens gave me a lot to think about. It will be added to my bag in due time.
As I make my way through the week, I always have my camera in hand sharing the wonders I see. Here is a bit of camera work from the week.