Today was a good day! (good as in 5,5 Gb and 460 shots). At least it was good for me, but unfortunately not for one of my photography subjects today. More on that in a minute. The weather has been quite bad for photography lately and with work and all I just didn’t have the time or spirit to go out and shoot. That all changed when I looked at my cloud radar (actual clouds, not just rain) this morning. It had been raining all morning and I was just checking if there still was an opportunity to go out today.. and boy, was there! At 12 am the sky opened up big time, revealing one of the last warm sun rays of the year. I knew I had to go to my magical forest to try and catch some sun rays warming up the dampened forest floor, thereby forming these awesome sun ray projections through the fog (you know what I mean right?). I was just prepping to go out when I got a phone call from an acquaintance that there was a fox laying next to the road in front of their house who had apparently been run over by a car. I immediately got this image in my head in which I wanted to frame the fox, the road and the cars in one shot, thereby putting emphasis on the fact that it had been run over. So I set out and took the following shot. I’m quite happy with the results, although I feel quite sorry for this beautiful creature..
I also liked the following shots of the canopy:
Many more here!
Purchasing news: I was planning on waiting for the SB-700 flash to be released but when I started comparing the price of this new 700 to the current flagship SB-900, there was only a E30,- difference.. so I got the flagship SB-900 which is so totally awesome. Now if I could only figure out how it works.. it’s seriously complicated and I’m going to have to catch up on my flash knowledge. But that’s what winter is for right ;).
Until next time!