Monthly Archives: October 2010

Betty Rose – Daily Photo for 10/31/2010



Betty Rose, originally uploaded by Stephen Foster.

My family all seem to respond to the camera by making faces. In between the faces one can catch the real person, but one must be quick.

No Halloween photos. Nope. Won’t do it.

OK, maybe next year.


Apples

Apples, originally uploaded by Stephen Foster.

My Photo of the Day for Saturday, 30 October.

In my kitchen, existing light.


David

David, originally uploaded by Stephen Foster.

Photo of the Day for Friday, 29 October.


Grandpa, What Big Eyes You Have: daily photo for 28 Oct

The moment I saw this lens (Nikon 85mm, f1.4), I wanted to make this shot. It has been long enough in my hands to say something intelligible.

I really like this glass. When i need it, I will be renting again from BorrowLenses because this is not cheap glass. I have to return it Monday.

It’s not a lightweight, but has a good feel and balance mounted on my D200. The focus motor is very quiet. Shooting on a crop sensor DSLR, like my D200, it’s pretty long, but good for those really close, just-the-face shots, without chasing the subject up to a wall.

Photo of the Day for 10/28/2010


Carlos – Photo of the Day

Carlos, originally uploaded by Stephen Foster.

I worked with this gentleman some years ago on a big project near San Francisco. He is well educated, but understood that his experience was limited. he was the most teachable student I have ever had.

Photo of the Day for 10/27/2010


Tom

Tom, originally uploaded by Stephen Foster.

My Photo Of The Day for 10/26/2010. Tom is a co-worker, a fellow inspector of construction. He has a gravely voice and a sweet disposition; a true gentleman.

This is also taken with the Nikon 85mm f1.4 lens.


Photographers Don’t Shy From Cameras

 

, originally uploaded by Stephen Foster.

I picked up my lens from @BorrowLenses yesterday. This gentleman was there and said how happy he was to use their service. I did not get his name.

My Photo Of The Day for 10/25/2010.

Shot with the Nikon 85mm f1.4 lens.