Hi there everyone! Apparently there’s this new thing called Instagram. 😉 Thanks to @lawrsonpinson for organizing and hosting. Thanks to models/bubble tea/dance partners Chalita – @4ever_819 and Rachel – @rachelmarchman for the invite, and also breaking character and having fun photos as usual. Also thanks to Brittany – @justbeburke, I really liked the images we got on the bridge.
Here’s my set of photos after leaving the festival at the History Center. For those that are wondering, the reason(s) why I shoot so many cameras in these situations is:
-It’s a good opportunity to gain experience points on a camera or lens combo that I wouldn’t normally use on work stuff
-It’s like playing random select characters in a fighting game–it just helps reinforce what gear works for you and your shooting and editing style
-It’s just plain fun for me. I’ve always enjoyed shooting all types of camera brands and types, and seeing what unique and useful traits each thing has
Alas, I really don’t use IG and see it as yet another in a long line of popularity technology that will soon be abandoned and forgotten, so you’ll still have to scroll through this old fashioned photo blog to see the images I managed to capture. 😉 I do however support anything that gets creatives away from the phone and computer screen to actually meet and greet in real life.
It was a fun photo walk and it was nice meeting and chatting with a few folks!
My Gear Load Out:
A: 35mm, B: 105mm, C: 105mm+Anamorphic Lens, D: Sigma Foveon IR and Color, E: Pocket Cinema Camera Cinema DNG. Yes 5 different cameras! Onward to the photos!