It was a slightly busy week, here in New Jersey, exploring the frontier. The weather was nice, I was not freezing. New Jersey was bipolar. On the northern side, it was political. On the southern side, they were still excited about a football team winning a game. There was press conference In Hoboken. In Philadelphia, there was a five-mile parade. This meant lots of moving around, lots of coffee.
I was still feeling out the Sony a6300 this week there was lots of camera work, grabbing a cup of coffee every I went. It’s an interesting, lots of features I keep finding new slight adjustments to make. It was in my hand as much as possible. I had the Sony A7 so long that the new features on the a6300 make up for it for not being a full frame. On the camera, I used the Sony 55-210, the 35mm FE and my adapted CCTV 35mm f1.7 lens.
When the weekend arrived, I was and wanted to do something different and make more coffee. Mentally I was lost a little and could not think of anything to work my eye. It was raining though, I had to use my imagination. My creativity was at a low, but I finally found some inspiration in the weekend’s foul weather.
Some things I read between capturing frames
- Chip Forelli’s Landscapes
- Japanese Photographer Captures The Many Layers Of Tokyo
- Zack Arias on Unsplash and the ‘race to the bottom’
- A Japanese mobile game about a traveling frog is teaching its fans a philosophical lesson about letting go
As I make my way through the week, I always have my camera in hand. Here is a bit of camera work from the week.