Even though the day wasn’t idle for a portrait shoot, we knew the rain was coming, so we decided to try to capture some of the fall colors for they disappeared for another year.
Ever since our successful photoshoot last spring, Heidi and I have been meaning to repeat the experience. Last Sunday finally afford us a last-minute opportunity.
While we had several Foto Friday shoots scheduled, only one actually flew. And we did it only because the students who attended asked me to do it. I’m glad they did.
It’s that time of year again. Spring means two things for central Georgia: the Cherry Blossom festival and pollen. It’s Macon’s most famous pagan festival of rebirth under the Yoshino trees in full pink.
Before coming home for a visit — she moved to Brooklyn a few months ago — Heidi contacted me about a photo shoot. I readily agreed, since our last session was so fruitful.
The latest addition to the lens arsenal is Canon’s famous EF 85mm f/1.2 L II USM. Since I have always considered myself, above all, a portrait photographer, I have been wanting this lens for a long time.