After a week of sneezing, coughing, sore throat misery, I am finally on the cusp of feeling better.
I don't have much of a voice but hey, my energy and spirit are reemerging.
Just in time for the weekend.
I'm excited about tomorrows photo shoot and the "borrowed" lens that should arrive on my doorstep today.
What do you do when you when you are on a super low budget and trying to start out as a photographer.
You rent expensive glass.
It's funny. After buying my 50 1.4, I thought I was done. But then I wanted a macro. After getting that, I thought I was done. But then I wanted an 80 1.8 and then I would be done.
It so doesn't work that way.
By the way, in my opinion, you really don't need both 50 and 80mm lens. I'm not at all happy with my 80mm purchase and will probably throw it up on Ebay or something.
Which lens did I rent?
A 35mm 1.4, 24-70mm and the 45mm tilt shift.
I really really really want all 3 in my permanent kit but it's just not going to happen anytime soon.
If anything, I'll probably get 1 for now. Renting will help me decide which one I need now.
I'm thinking the 24-70 but oh do I love a prime.
I'll let you know my reviews next week after returning them.
Onto girl loves.
My 2 favorite things in the whole wide universe.
Polaroid & scarves. Whaaat?! (found: Oh Joy)
I'm alway intrigued with a photographers creative process.
I love Sharon Montrose's video interview. I watched it twice.
cool quilt. (found Hi + Low)
Carrot Cake. (found Pioneer Woman)
Cream cheese frosting and lot's of it.
The sparkle in her beautiful dark eyes.
This little one is my niece in law. Is that right? Niece in law?
Happy Good Friday and Happy Easter.