One way I get through our wacky Georgia winters is that I mess around with my various oddball camera and lens combos. The Nikon 105mm 1.4E is my main portrait lens that lives on my Nikon bodies, but for this quick Sunday hangout, I thought it would be fun to see what it can do […]
The weather here in Georgia can be so weird. After 70 degree days, rain, and floods, we had a short but amazing snowfall on the morning of Sat February 8, 2020! Luckily none of it turned to ice on the roads and we got a nice backdrop for yet another spontaneous photo/food adventure!
Here are the actual images shot with the combo pictured above: Totally unrelated to the above, but here are some examples from figure drawing in Alpharetta the other night (also shot with the 35mm on the RP). I’m really out of practice, and jumped into drawing without even holding a piece of charcoal for like […]
Just a quick and short post. I ordered a Gutty Nikon G lens to Canon RF adapter the other day from Amazon. It’s pretty good for less than $20! The build quality is very sturdy and feels much more expensive than the low price. In the past ten+ years I’ve used several mechanical D lens […]
So I’ve had the Canon EOS RP for 9 months now. I think that’s enough time to give a pretty good opinion on the strengths and weaknesses of this camera. I’ve found that you really have to “live” with a camera or lens combo for a good long time to figure out what it’s best […]
For every year that I get to attend Dragon Con I usually have as my third option in cameras, something bizarre and unique. (For a few years it was an infrared Sigma Foveon camera) This year I shot some 3D pictures with my (dusty) Loreo 3D Lens in a Cap on the mirrorless Canon EOS […]
Here are some portraits with the Canon EOS RP in different situations. Right now, it’s not an A camera for me. It’s more of a third option. For video it’s really nice though. Again, I don’t have any native RF glass yet, I have to use the older EF lenses via the adapter. While many […]
Here are my quick thoughts on the new Canon EOS RP. At the moment I don’t have any native RF lenses, I’m just using my various EF lenses with the free adapter. Thus far the image quality is pretty much like every other Canon I’ve had or used in the past 10+ years. I personally […]