Here’s a sad story to start the day: a lost mitten.
Drove 1000 miles there and back in a failed quest for this shot, and now here it is right outside my office.
|Nikon D810, 300mm (75-300), 1/320, F/5.6, ISO 640|
The Jack o Lantern Retirement Home.
|Nikon D810, 105mm (28-105), 10 sec, f/25, ISO 400|
One of the photo class’ choice for skill building week was light painting.
I’m a fan of puddle reflection photos, so I was glad to catch a chance to take one of my own.
|Nikon D810, 35mm (18-35), 1/1250, f/4.5, ISO 100|
On a landscape photo quest with my students, I noticed this discarded bag in a dry creek. This is actually one of a pair of photos that demonstrate the effect of depth of field.
|Nikon D810, 105mm (28-105), 1/125, f/5, ISO 800, cropped|
Jenny is so cute, even when she pretty obviously doesn’t want to have her picture taken.
For a last minute desperation shot taken with an iPad, this actually isn’t that bad.