Another retrospective shot: September 18th this year, Minsk.
I’m blue da ba dee da ba daa! It’s packing day for me and a dental day for Margaret, so today’s jump looks a bit unorthodox. Da ba dee da ba daa…
Tonight I wanted to see just how far can I push my wee little camera. Highlight recovery is set to 100%; no artifacts whatsoever. Dynamic range exceeds 22 EV (I had to darken the corners in post: too much details).
Today it’s sunny with thunder clouds. Chilly and pretty windy, but once you’ve found cover from the wind, it’s very warm. Red leaves, green grass. Green leaves, yellow grass.
Must’ve something to do with the season.
After day of hard work we’ve stopped by a tanning salon to get our doses of vitamin D.
PS: If Margaret keeps jumping like that, we gonna save a lot on a plane tickets, methinks.
Places we go in our family photography endeavors sometimes look spooky even for me. Just like this apartment complex garage, for example. And of course we grabbed a jump shot!
Just a quick jump on our way home. Margaret’s jumping project gives me a great testing ground for various ultralight kits. Today it was small camera and a teeny weeny matchbox sized external flash. Total setup time was about 40 seconds.
Just another photo of Margaret jumping at sunset. Buckle up though, tomorrow will be very special! :)
Grocery stores in Eastern Europe are excellent testing grounds for event photographer’s skills of dealing with low quality of light. I absolutely guarantee that you are never going to encounter any wedding venue that will be lit even remotely as bad as any Belorussian grocery store. Incompatible color temperatures, extremely