June 3, 2020 georgebarr No comments exist

My wife brought home her saddle to be cleaned and it was just sitting on the floor of the kitchen (where else would you put a saddle), and next to north facing window, and most importantly visible from the dining room where I tend to compute from my laptop. I couldn’t resist the patina and…

April 24, 2020 georgebarr No comments exist

I’ve photographed this large stump before, last with a Nikon D800E with Zeiss 15 mm. and now with my Canon EOS R and the Sigma 14-24, f5.6, ISO 500, 1/60 hand held – it was difficult to get the tripod in the right position and I quite like the compromised depth of field, quite a…

December 10, 2019 georgebarr No comments exist

Though a big lens, I’m really enjoying this wide zoom – very sharp, yet even at 14 mm. I can focus close and throw the background out of focus, in this case the museum ceiling. I tried this image in black and white since all the others from the museum have been monochrome, but it…

December 8, 2019 georgebarr No comments exist

I’d photographed the planes before but wanted to see what I could do with shallow depth of field, using both my 85 1.4 IS and 100-400ii lenses wide open. the first versions of the images were straight, but looked rather boring so I re-edited today much darker in most areas – a j shaped curve…

December 5, 2019 georgebarr No comments exist

First off, this is totally pointless. Second, it’s kinda fun. The first real rumours are out, suggesting 75 MP, 2 card slots and no multifunction bar. It might or might not have IBIS, there were earlier gossip about the possible use of a full frame sensor of the quality and density of the 90D and…