Well, we still have more than a month to go, but the cold chill is in the air and most of the fall foliage around here are past their peak.
My computer is still in the shop so we are not back and running 100% yet. But I’m having a lot of fun going through some old shots and seeing the kind of equipment I used back then.
This image was taken in 2006 with the EOS 5D Classic and the 85mm f/1.2L first version.
I was walking around the park looking for good light. A very simple image, but I find simple is best for me most of the time.
As I wrote in an earlier review, the original EOS 5D was and is a great image maker and can still hold its own in good light and at low iso settings. It’s probably the best full-frame bargain in today’s used camera market.
The shot above was taken with the Epson R-D1, the world’s first digital rangefinder. I got one in 2006 and even though it is “only” 6 megapixels, the camera has become a digital classic and a cult favorite, certainly a Camera Legend. This is a camera I hope to profile in future postings.
Thanks for taking a look, I know your time is precious so I do appreciate it!