Hello, here’s my photos from November.
Yep, I know, I’m late. November and December are hectic months as you know. It’s not that I didn’t shoot. But as soon as Thanksgiving hits all plants go straight in the bucket. As a result I will be doing some extra duty for catch-up. I have all my edits for my December pictures done too.
Without further wait, here are my photos for November:
A friend of mine, Laurie Novak introduced me to Cycle Cross photography in the beginning of November. In this shot I used my new super wide 14mm lens. It creates some interesting perspectives. (It’s such a fun lens!)
Feeling the need to click the shutter, I went to a local forest preserve for some moody black and white.
Next I needed to explore some Chicago Neighborhoods because I’m hoping to move and would like a better handle on the City I love so much.
After Thanksgiving my twin brother, Tony Dooley, and I went shooting at a local bar that also has a good music stage.
The next day I went to the Lincoln Park Zoo and tested a “new to me” lens, the Minolta F/4 70-210. Not bad for a 30 year old lens!
Lastly, I went to the Loop in Chicago and took some skyline shots. This one took some work. I forgot my tripod so it was handheld. I discovered some new tools to handle noise. The fact that my camera is a dream for handheld shooting is a plus, too.
That’s it for my November photos! My December shots will be coming soon.