San Francisco by David Yu, on 500px. Click through for the full-size version. Not one of mine, obviously, though I wish it was. This is immediately one of my favourite photographs — I’ve been a sucker for layered greys heading out to the horizon for at least thirty years, so this makes me go a…Read More Grey, layering to the horizon
Harbourfront shop, Plymouth, August 2006. I love the oversharpened harshness of this.Read More Distressed
Interesting article about favouring a 50mm prime lens over short ‘standard’ zooms. I’ve wondered about doing this for a while — DSLR resolutions are high enough that a little post-production crop will barely be noticed, and the depth-of-field advantages of fast lenses are joyous.
I think my plan would be a 10-20 extreme wide zoom (probably Sigma’s, though the handling on low-end Nikons is less than ideal in my hands), a fast 30 or 50, and later a longish zoom or (maybe maybe) macro.
Ah, it’s nice to dream.