So I’ve been shooting a little with Regina’s dad’s old lens from an SLR, a Nikkor-S Auto 50mm f/1.4. The auto focus doesn’t work on my digital camera and so I have to do everything manual. When i get the settings right, i.e. not over/under exposing and focusing correctly, the pictures turn out amazing!
Check out the pictures from Regina’s food blog.
Andrew and Angel invited me to volunteer at a fundraiser for the MPSC. It was 1920’s young supporters event with celebrity bartender, David Plant of Pravda. I checked coats all evening with Jack, Audrey, Andrea, and Jenny. It was kinda hectic organizing coats when we ran out of space, but I’m glad everyone got their stuff back. =P
Here are some pictures from the night using Regina’s dad’s lens.
I think for everyday purposes i prefer to shoot with Andrew’s lens, the 18-200mm, because it’s so versatile. But when it comes to taking pictures of things that are stationary and need more of a macro feel it, I gotta go with the 50mm 1.4.