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Today I just took the first of my 10 days off and traveled to BC. Below is a photo that I shot just outside Lake Louise.
Ive rebuild the site. Every single page has been redone and improved. All the photo galleries have been cut down. My galleries will only highlight my best work, for complete galleries of events or large uploads I will upload them to PICASA and drop the link on Jungmann photography FACEBOOK page.
Let me know what you think of the new site.
I’ve got a few different styles coming and Im going to try them out shortly.
Ill be posting photos every few days to my blog. Here’s 3 to start.
When I got my first DSLR my dad (who use to work for Nikon) gave me a bunch of older Nikon lenses. Since they were all manual focus I wasn’t exactly too interested in using them for daily shooting. So i kept them in my bag for days that I felt especially artistic and patient. Yesterday was one of those days…
I whipped out my Nikon 50mm f1.4 AIS lens. I shot a bunch of things around my room and quickly realized that at fully open this lens was was like looking though old goggles in a marsh pond… So I stopped it down.. and then stopped it down more. I finally shot at f16 and WOW is this lens ever SHARP! After a few more photos with the same results I was sure surprised; this lens was one of the sharpest lenses I have ever used! I’m so happy to have finally found this secret weapon! Here are a few test shots. Ill upload more tomorrow.
I tried to do a few portrait photos of some friends using an SB-700 on remote tripod. Let me know if they are remotely good..
Ive been slacking on the daily posts.. I wont make an excuses but ill try to keep ontop of them. I went to shoot with Michael Wing in Banff a few days ago and here are the results.. Needless to say the trip resulted in a lost 77mm lens cap in lake Minnewanka rocks.. a lot of wet pants and very cold hands.
Below is a video that will provide insight into the TRUE marvels of Banff…