photoes on phridai

finally, at long last, I have some pictures for the last hour of this friday. From the Nikon F5, here are some taken with Fuji Velvia 50. I have been wanting to try this color saturated film for a while.

hedge on the Capitol grounds
shrubbery bokeh

messing with the sun in our front tree
leaves and sun

backlit flag
our flag

and a bonus view of Samson
silhouette

photos on phriday

J Pete needed a portrait made.
at the Capitol

here is the bokehed view from the back mike at the Texas House
at the Capitol

and Natalie snagging a rebound at the last game
Lago Vista v. McNeil

fotos on a Friday

trying Kodak Ektachrome 100G slide film in the Nikon F5.

love the 105mm and sun rays
in the sun

maximal bokeh
in the sun

sunset through the tree
Soft light

and Natalie being the “tall girl in the middle.”
mcneil v. georgetown

fridai fotoes

It is so much fun to mess with depth of field.
pine cone

and sun rays.
rays
chairs

and grass flash and sun.
Which one of these two? I think I like the less gold one better, but I am not sure.
grass
grass

foto friday

sunset with fill
sunset

morning snapshot
pond

finally got the B&W film I took at Katherine’s wedding developed
wedding in B&W

phriday photos

we went camping last weekend and here is one of the dogs camping with us.
Nikon F5 first roll
Nikon F5 on Fujifilm

Some trees, sun and campfire smoke
lost pines Halloween 2009
nikon d300

and here are David and Paula, our friends with whom we were camping
Lost Pines Halloween 2009
canon powershot S90 with forced flash for fill

foto friday

messing around with bokeh and depth of field in the Parma’s grass.

This one with my 300mm f4 and water droplets on the grass
out and about at 300mm

and this one with my 80-200mm f2.8 and a leaf (new custom header picture)
leaf at f2.8

here is a two flash “strobist” take on decorative grass headers
two flash
sb800 to camera left about two feet from the grass. Sb800 on the camera about 6 or 7 feet from the grass. both flashes bare. both on TTL.