oh my yummy goodness. My dad hired me to take pictures for a condo project he is involved in. He wanted me to take shots at what is going to be the third, forth, and fifth floors from a lift so that people can get an idea of the view from their balconies. Um, okay! 1. I got to go up on lift 2. take pictures on the nicest fall day in history 3. I got to use this amazing 12-24mm lens. Oh heaven. Have you seen these things?
It’s a mess, try and ignore that, but it’s my whole studio; floor, ceiling, both walls, crazy. One more fun shot:
Those were right in front of the lens. Okay I need some one to take a picture of me taking a picture so you can get a good idea. The only bad thing is the lens is kinda a light hog (maximum opening is 4), and you can’t use an on camera flash because of the shadow, but I have the 600 speedlight, so it’s not a big problem for me. Now what I was "hired" for:
View to the north east.
View to the west.
View to the south east.
Mmmm. Oh and also my first time doing a portrait session (for the company website):
What do you think? No, please tell me. There was severe sunny overhead light so I opted to walk around a bit and took this in a shaded alley with my 50mm. I think it worked out well. Thoughts?
Now what to take pictures of before I have to give the wide angle lens back? Hmmm everything!