Posts Tagged ‘dolores park’
Leica M9 + 50mm f/2 Summicron | 1/250 sec, f/2.4, ISO 400
With their retro, rangefinder-like designs, it would seem inevitable that cameras like the X100 or XPRO-1 would cause many to think of Leica’s M series. While I love the Fuji cams, shooting an M is a very, very different experience. Not everyone responds to rangefinder cameras the same way, and shooting with one is not everyone’s cup of tea, but shooting with the M9? Love it.
This little guy isn’t Suki. Just another beautiful Shiba we ran into the park. =)
Good night, and happy shooting this week!
All Images: Leica M9 with Summicron-M 50mm f/2
Nikon D300s + Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 VC + Hand Held SB-900 // 17mm f/14 ISO200 1/800 Second
I enjoyed a four day weekend for once this week, and got to spend time with my cousin, who flew in with friends from New York. We had a great time touring them around the city and taking lots of pictures, many of which are still sitting in my computer waiting to be processed! Now that I’m back at work I have so little time. The above picture is Josh on top of Twin Peaks, sporting a D90 and the original Tamron 17-50 that I sold him. It was great to get together and talk cameras, as I don’t have any other close buddies who are into photography!
Nikon D300s + Tokina 50-150mm f/2.8 at 50mm f/4 ISO200 1/250 second
Here’s Josh with his two buddies from NY (left) as well as other family members (right), enjoying a break from the frigid weather on the east coast. What’s up with the lollipops? They’re included with every sandwich you order from Ike’s Place, one of my favorite sandwich shops in SF. I have lots more images to upload, but it’ll have to wait. Josh is still in town!
I’ve added these images to my Portfolio. Check it out!