Photographing breakfast is a simple thing to do. Prepare whatever it is that we intend to eat. Grab a camera. Capture a few images. The interesting part of photographing breakfast comes afterwards when we examine our images. Documenting what we decide to eat gives us insights on the choices we make every day.
This short article discusses the practical considerations of using the in-lens IS of the M.Zuiko 100-400 IS, and shares some sample images. I appreciate that some folks do ‘testing’ and report their percentage of keepers in articles of this type. The skill set of photographers when shooting with long telephoto zoom lenses can vary significantly. It’s my view that reporting keeper rates is more about the skill of the photographer than the capabilities of a particular camera or lens… so I don’t bother with such ‘statistics’.
This article features a range of screwdriver handheld macro images. Many folks around the world are in various states of lockdown, so I chose this subject matter as many of us can do this photographic exercise at home.
We have a cherry pie tradition in our family that we have maintained for many years and continued it during these challenging times with COVID-19.
The beauty of guitars is something that has always captivated me. I love the fretboards. The intricate mechanical workings of bridges. How electric pickups look against wood. Even simple things like guitar strings wound around tuning posts. This article shares a selection of handheld macro photographs that attempt to capture the beauty of guitars. One thing is certain… my camera does these instruments far more justice, than does my ability to play them!