Photos from the N65 06/12/2015

And we keep moving. More photos from the N65. I’ll try to include a couple that I’m not fond of, and see if I can share what I learned from the shot.

I'm fond of this shot, but I think it could be a little dark. Needs a larger aperture setting to let a little more light in. Maybe even a different time of day. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400 film)

I’m fond of this shot, but I think it could be a little dark. Needs a larger aperture setting to let a little more light in. Maybe even a different time of day. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400 film)

Hmm, not bad. Maybe a little cluttered. And I don't like those power lines... (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings for low light, Kodak Max 400 film)

Hmm, not bad. Maybe a little cluttered. And I don’t like those power lines… (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings for low light, Kodak Max 400 film)

Getting better... (Take a guess...)

Getting better… (Take a guess…)

Parker House, Hillsboro, Ohio (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings for night, Kodak Max 400 film)

Parker House, Hillsboro, Ohio. Best. Sadly the power lines win the war, but if I wanted to do a little cropping, I could get rid of them without losing too much of the overall image. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings for night, Kodak Max 400 film)

A gate. A little too centered I think, but I like the uphill illusion of the shot. That's pretty cool, given the ground is very, very flat... (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400)

A gate. A little too centered I think, but I like the uphill illusion of the shot. That’s pretty cool, given the ground is very, very flat… (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400)

British scenery... Nah. Mariemont. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400 film)

British scenery… Nah. Mariemont. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400 film)

Boozer on the run. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400 film)

Boozer on the run. A little far out and a bit darker than I’d like… (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400 film)

This was an effort to capture the little Robin you see by the ball field fence. This was, on my part, a lack of understanding of the capabilities of my gear. Not that any of it is bad, but some images require the photographer to move around a bit more. I was afraid to scare the bird off, so I tried to capture an image with the wrong gear. My fault, I was ill prepared. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400)

This was an effort to capture the little Robin you see by the ball field fence. This was, on my part, a lack of understanding of the capabilities of my gear. Not that any of it is bad, but some images require the photographer to move around a bit more. I was afraid to scare the bird off, so I tried to capture an image with the wrong gear. My fault, I was ill prepared. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400)

From another view. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400 film)

From another view. (Nikon N65, Quantaray 28-90mm zoom lens, auto settings, Kodak Max 400 film)

 

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