Haven’t the chance to go walk around and shoot. So I had to make do with any subject I come across, mainly dogs.
Also back to shooting raw files (losing my film profile looks) on capture one pro.
Capture One pro is really another beast compare to the simplicity of Lightroom. But the image quality and raw handling is on another level. Need to learn, learn, learn.
Everything you want is on the other side of fear. I don’t know you said that but it seems to be true. It’s hard sometimes to push myself to take a photo of a person up front. But the best shots I gravitate towards to mostly have the eye of the subject directly at you (camera).
Sneaky shot which activated my sweat glands a bit. Still not what I’m aiming for.
Could improve a lot in this image but pushed thru my fear to capture this. No confrontation,no fuss.
Need more practice.
You got to grab life by it’s…
Rushing to go home
Thoughts in the distance
Remember that the only thing you control in this world is yourself. You control how you react to people and events. It’s liberating to know that you’re always in control whatever the situation. However hard that situation is.
So many of the causes of suffering come from our reacting to the people, places, things, and circumstances in our lives, rather than accepting them.
When we react, we stay locked in judgment and criticism, anxiety and despair, even denial and addiction. It is impossible to experience joy when we are stuck this way. Acceptance is the sword that cuts through all of this resistance, allowing us to relax, to see clearly, and to respond appropriately. – Book of Joy
It’s 8am and most of my fellow human are already tired. Long travel time due to traffic and the daily hassle is really grinding them down. Good thing it’s weekend tomorrow. A little rest.
Well this is always asleep.
Have a great weekend everyone 🙂
The X100f’s versatility really amazes me. It’s leaf shutter is really useful with playing with strobes. You gain the ability to cut the ambient light/ background light to black.
With softbox (sb900) at 1/8 of power. About 1 feet away from the subject. X100f at f8 ss1000 and iso200. That’s all you need. No black muslin cloth needed to cut out the ugly clinic setting.
Only problem I have is focusing. If the dog is active it’s a pain in the ass. I’ll try manual focusing next time.
Thanks for reading!