Downtown, Not

What went down in Uptown?

I am just missing some red. (I don’t know who shot this.)


The Tamron 90mm F2.8 Macro on the A900 is such a refreshing change of pace – 90mm is close to the classic 85mm focal length for portraits. Feels right, they say.

So what do you do when you’re too close? Pick a different way to crop it. Carl Zeiss 135mm F1.8.

Abandon the typical adornings of the head and get in on the face.

Beware flourescent lights, they cause gradients at high shutter speeds (1/500s, this one.)

Portrait or landscape orientation often determines the context of the picture, so use orientations wisely.

Guess which were from the Tamron, and which were from the Zeiss!

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