It started off as a calm week exploring the frontier, here in New Jersey. It was the twilight of winter and the weather was ok, in the beginning, but would eventually devolve into a bit of chaos. For the first time at work, this year, the bedlam seemed to calm a bit. This all led to some uncanny photography.
This week, on the A6300 I worked mainly with the 35mm f2.8 FE. This set up is becoming my standard. On the Crop Sensor, this lens is around a 52mm lens and it does a nice job. There was a time where I missed using my full frame Sony A7, but it’s not as cable as the a6300. I need to switch up more and get the A7 fixed soon. I also played with my Tamron 70-200 f2.8 on the A6300, I have to get an Autofocus adapter for that lens.
I was in awe of how this week flowed and I was not paying attention enough and it went from calm to a storm. A literal storm hit Friday and while it did not shut down the state it did wreak havoc. Trees fell, the power went out, and people were inconvenienced. Then as if it were irrelevant it all seemed to fade into Sunday evening and a still point.
- Sony a7 III
- Cheap IKEA LADDA batteries outperform expensive Eneloop Pro batteries in speedlight test
- Microsoft offers to help Ghana man teaching computing on a chalkboard
- Sony Expands Full-frame Mirrorless Lineup With α7 III
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.