I had the chance to attend a very intimate, quiet wedding in Delaplane, VA (as a guest). So, like any good photographer, I tried my best to candidly take some pictures of the wedding 🙂 Congrats to Amanda and Doug, I wish you both the best of luck! Photos were taken with a Leica M240 … Continue reading Amanda & Doug
Ah yes, the 7Artisans 28mm f/1.4 M Mount. Because if you're going to spend several thousand dollars on a Leica M, then it's natural that you only have enough money leftover for a $450 lens from China. Luckily, 7Artisans knocked it out of the park with this lens. I honestly wasn't expecting much. I … Continue reading 7Artisans 28mm f/1.4
I had the chance to photograph these two lovely ladies at Meridian Hill Park in Washington DC. It was a great maternity session, and they did a fantastic job! I'm looking forward to photographing their little boy at the hospital in a few weeks.
So, we took a very quick trip to NYC a couple of weekends ago. Mostly to eat at a place called Blossom du Jour, and use our Amtrak Reward Points. NYC is a crazy place, but it's always a fun escape from one East Coast city to another. It also happened to be Pride Weekend … Continue reading New York City
Disclaimer: I'm not a professional reviewer, nor am I trying to be one. Just someone who felt compelled to share information on these two lenses. Over the years, I've noticed quite a few "cheap" third-party lenses pop up on Amazon and eBay. I'm sure you've seen them: 7Artisans, Meike, Jaray, Rokinon, Samyang and Yongnuo are … Continue reading 7Artisans 25mm vs. Rokinon 21mm