Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 87 – Total Days: 2,278
Canon 6D | ISO 500 | 300mm | f/5.6 | 1/250 sec
Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 86 – Total Days: 2,277
Canon 6D | ISO 800 | 73mm | f/4.0 | 1/100 sec | Lit with Canon 580 EX II Flash
Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 85 – Total Days: 2,276
Fuji X100s | ISO 3200 | 23mm | f/2.8 | 0.5 sec
In spite of the title, It’s not actually any sort of campfire. Instead,it’s part of my computer mouse, taken at a slow shutter speed as I move the camera. But it reminded me a campfire, so I went with it.
Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 84 – Total Days: 2,275
iPhone 5s | ISO 125 | 4.15mm | f/2.2 | 1/30 sec
I love taking pictures from inside the car wash!
Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 83 – Total Days: 2,274
iPhone 5s | ISO 250 | 4.15mm | f/2.2 | 1/30 sec
Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 82 – Total Days: 2,273
Canon 6D | ISO 800 | 105mm | f/4.0 | 1/80 sec
Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 81 – Total Days: 2,272
iPhone 6s | ISO 320 | 4.15mm | f/2.2 | 1/30 sec
Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 80 – Total Days: 2,271
Fuji X100s | ISO 1600 | 23mm | f/2.8 | 1/50 sec
Was over at PieCon, the greatest little pie-eating and gaming “convention” on the Central Coast, today. One of the great traditions is Emir’s lumpia, which are fried spring rolls. Even though they aren’t pie, it’s probably for the best, since it’s ill-advised to live on pie alone for an entire weekend.
Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 79 – Total Days: 2,270
iPhone 5s | ISO 640 | 4.2mm | f/2.2 | 1/15 sec
Welcome to Night Vale is a pretty entertaining podcast, if you like weird, vaguely creepy and surreal radio shows.
Photo-a-Day: Year 7, Day 78 – Total Days: 2,269
Canon 6D | ISO 400 | 105mm | f/4.0 | 1/200 sec
Was out for an evening photowalk and having a hard time figuring out what to take a picture of, when I heard a “meow” and saw the movement of this friendly feline as it approached a rock in the yard I was near. I knelt down and proceeded to take some shots and it stayed put the entire time, except for one moment where I moved a bit too much and it got a bit skittish.
When I was done and got up to leave, it calmly walked away. Clearly, we had an unspoken, mutally beneficial arrangement: I got a photo subject, and it got some attention, but from a safe distance.