Spring has sprung!
Shot from our porch, 125mm (using 14-140mm zoom) f/6.3
same 125mm, f/5.5
300mm - first picture with 100-300mm lens- f/5.6. Depth of field looks like its just a few inches. Should have used f/8 or f/11.
Another 300mm shot
Testing depth of field
300mm f/5.6 ... from the porch, to near the road - maybe 20 ft? Looks like the depth of field is less than 6 inches. I'll have to take that into account when using this lens.
First flower on a plant to the left of our steps
300mm f/5.6 is good for this!
I don't think we knew we had a white flowering Chinese hat plant
memory of Tom Dynan, who gave these to Pearl
This is the other plant, that I've photographed before
42.5mm at f/2.2
Mother's day (5/14)
8 from a set of 10
This is the 2nd. Shot 6 seconds apart. I didn't make it in. Only Josh knew that the 2nd shot would happen anyway, it seems!
Saving a picture, so we can discard the plaque that LeCroy discarded years ago when I took it home. I did all the software for this box, including generating the Font on my Atari ST 520.
Saving a picture so we can discard the plaque. As LeCroy did, when I took it home. I worked on that project, did the processing software.
Nov 29 2017 moon
300mm f/8 ISO 200; +2EV in post. Also Clarity 35, sharpening 40% at 1.2 Pixel widths, Luminance noise reduction 30.
Walkway over the Hudson 7/30
Starting from the Poughkeepsie side. 1.7 miles across, 1.7 miles back.