Last weekend I spent some time testing out the 24mm f1.4. It clearly has its advantages for low light landscapes.
I’ll probably have to get a 14mm f2.8 at some point, but for now, I’m going to try living with the 24mm as my primary walk around lens.
There’s two things I absolutely love—my mom, and her egg rolls. Here are some photos of her in the process of making them.
I’m pretty sure I could eat them every day.
And the crazy thing is that they keep getting better.
It just boggles my mind. Anyone else hungry now?
Here’s a photo of the sunset in black and white. The colors were intense, but it’s interesting to see with less visual information. What do you think?
Here are some photos from the river house. I’m really starting to dig the 24mm and shooting at F16. I’m amazed by how sharp the photos came out.
I’m tempted to try shooting with an ND filter and doing a long exposure. I bet the water would look like glass.
I was testing out some lenses this weekend, and doing a little astrophotography. These were shot with a 24mm f1.4 on a full frame.
The image on the left was created from 10 stacked photos, shot vertically. The image on the right was stitched to create a vertical panoramic view.
I also tested some photos with the legendary 14-24mm f2.8 as well. I’ll post some pics up soon.
On our way back from Point Reyes, we figured we’d stop and grab some photos of the night sky.
This was actually shot with my old camera. There was a ton of image noise, so I had to stack a couple of photos to create a better image. Turned out pretty decent.
The 3 amigos have been reunited.
It was great seeing Sol for lunch today. Too bad he can’t take the cold east coast weather. Hah!
2014 was a great year. Sounds like we’ll be growing our team next year.
Photo of Rich presenting to the team.
Should be an interesting year. Growth is always hard—scaling systems, culture, and keeping an eye on revenue/spend.
This town hall was a little different—there were no slides in the preso.
It’s nice to shake things up from time to time.
We had the CEO/Founder of Contactually speak at AddThis today. Here are some photos.
A photo from the company party tonight at Lebanese Taverna. The food was legit. Well done.
Happy holidays everyone!
I went to a company party tonight and noticed there was a couple driving around doing something very suspicious. A man and women were driving around the parking lot of Tysons II as though they were trying to find a parking spot. Then I saw a girl hop out of the Land Rover and started to check if cars were unlocked.
Anyway, they did this a couple of times, and I assumed they were trying to pull a quick one on folks who left their car doors unlocked.
It was an old Green Land Rover Discovery. Anyway, I reported this to the security immediately and they were on it.
Make sure to lock your doors and don’t leave any valuables in your car this holiday. One of my coworkers had her car broken into yesterday because they left a present visible.
Okay, this is a total rarity. This has got to be the best sunset I’ve seen around here.
Vibrant, and unfiltered. This was unbelievable. Sadly, all I had was my iPhone to capture the moment.