Tag: Nikon 85mm f1.8G
First tries with editing using Aurora HDR 2018 for Windows. There are some things which I like about the program – and some I don’t. I’ll give it a try.
Buildings with ivy and plants climbing over their walls always fascinated me. Haunted castles, romantic villas . . . certainly far from my quoitidian life!
A morning spent – well spent – in one of my favorite places in L.A.: The Huntington Gardens. Spring is in evidence everywhere, flowers and trees in bloom, and everyone out enjoying a cold, sunny day after days of rain.
Pano of 32 images, taken with the Nikon Df and 85mm f1.8G lens.
While it is still too chilly and windy to do anything much, and rain is on the way, I’ve been browsing through past photos and converting them to b&w. Meanwhile, the studio is looking good!
With cold and wind and rain, I have had little desire to get out. Throw in some holiday festivities and baking and celebrating, and you have even more excuses. Today, I plan on re-organizing the studio in preparation for the upcoming New Year.
Once more, the miracles of espionage catch the unsuspecting, lurking beneath awnings or pretending to be photographers. The high-tech revolution guarantees that, yes, you will eventually be found . . .