I had just received a Macro Tube Extender for my Mamiya and wanted to give it a quick try on my way to work. Rain had just stopped pouring down as I left my house when I noticed the left-over rain drops on the wall in the alley next to me house. Somehow the photos I took ended up looking decidedly microscopic, even though the drops were rather large.
Ok, so I did make one blossom photo this year. Sue me.
On my wedding day I’ll have a divorce lawyer on the ready, making threatening faces towards Younhee to remind her to smile. It’ll be wonderful.
Nikon D7000 w/ Nikkor AI-S 105mm f/2.5.
Nikon D7000 with Nikkor 105mm f/2.5.
Continuing the “tradition” of showing my gear (Flickr version, with highlights on the image), here is my medium format setup, recently made somewhat over-complete with the addition of two more lenses.
Showing a bit of the tools I’m using these days.
The Weston Master II Exposure Meter. I have the US model, made way back in 1946 and it still works wonderfully well. There’s a small chip off the paint in the front as you can see in the photos, but otherwise it’s in great condition still. I use this with my Mamiya 645 1000s.