Happy New Years everyone!
To start off 2021 I thought it’d be a good idea to address everyone who follows my blog and latest posts.
Thank you so, so much.
This year I’m continuing to publish more photography related content as well as longer form writing posts where I can explore in detail my work flow, the creative process, and overall philosophy.
To get a better idea I would love for you guys to let me know what type of content you’d be interested in seeing whether that’d be more documentary image sharing or explanatory- type posts. Your input helps me get a better idea of how I can tailor this website for you guys who support and uplift my work.
Again, thank you.
The 50mm f 1.8 is probably one of the best lenses you can get at a relatively low price. This lens was my first purchase after I decided I wanted something with higher quality than the kit lens. I’ve had this thing for like 4 years and even though it’s not in the best condition, it still takes sharp, crisp images.
It’s widely said that the 50mm is the closest focal length to what you see with your own eyes, so that’s something to consider if you’re going for a certain look with your photography. For me, I love it because the images retain a sort of intimacy with your subject that the 35mm and wider lenses don’t quite capture.
I hope you enjoy looking through these images enough to consider buying yourself a 50mm. It’ll be worth the investment.
Photos taken: December 26, 2020
Location: Downtown Bristol, Rhode Island
Gear: Canon 6D w/ 50mm f1.8
What’s your preference, B&W or color?
let me know in the comments.
I looked to my right after taking this picture to see a few walkerbys with their eyebrows arched at what I was doing. I have to admit that it must look strange from an outside perspective to see me do what I do. I would’ve explained to them, had I the chance, that the iceicles melting from the powerline were symbolic to me and that my job as a photographer is to find meaning in the mundane scenes of life.
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