Another shot taken on a table top during self-isolation. I used my wristwatch again and was thinking product-shoot. As you may have noticed the secondhand is in motion. I’m glad my friend let me borrow his Macro lens before Covid -19 raised it’s ugly head.
Stay safe and well my friends.
Nikon Z6+FTZ adapter
Sigma 105mm f/2.8 Macro
Silver efex pro II
One from my archive of old rusty cars. This VW Beetle lies decaying in a Swedish forrest.
Nikkor 20mm f/2.8 AIS.
Trying to be creative in these days of self-isolation. I used my Lego 50th anniversary Lunar module as subject matter for some table-top work.
Nikon AF-s 30mm f/4.0 PF ED VR
PP. Analog efex Pro II
I thought this might be a bit of fun to try. I work mate lent me an old sigma 105 mm macro lens which can be manually focused on my new Nikon Z6. The shot is the back of my wristwatch. 275 parts of Swiss precision meets Japanese technology.
Wristwatch: Jaeger LeCoultre Geophysic True Second
Sigma DG 105mm Macro
PP. Silver Efex Pro II
Let’s get this out of the way to start with. I have said that I am not a landscape photographer. But just occasionally I take one that makes contact with my “photographic eye.” You know the one. It’s the one you downloaded to your computer and have overlooked until you were looking for something else, and you see this one shot that was right under your nose. This shot for me was one of those.
Nikon 24-70 f/2.8
PP Silver efex ProII
Meet my son. Unlike me he is a professional cameraman. I took this last Thursday evening at an event we attended together. I took along my new camera I liked this straight shot of him so much I decided to share it with you.
Nikon Z6 (Yes Joe I went mirrorless after all)
Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4.0 S
PP. Silver Efex Pro II
Sailing towards Pyramiden on Svalbard . Now only around 6 people live there all year around.
Nikon 300mm f/4.0 AF-S PF ED
One of the cranes on the dockside at Pyramiden. It looks like it lifted its last load some time ago.
Nikon 14-24 f/2.8
PP Silver efex Pro II
These were some of the living quarters at Pyramiden. There are plans to turn at least one of the blocks into a tourist hotel.
Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 AFS
PP Silver Efex Pro II
Well last time I showed you the inside of the pool. Here’s a shot from the outside. A more desolate spot for a swimming pool you would have to search a long time for. The mountain in the background gives (no surprise here) the name to the township. Pyramiden.
Nikon D800 (Now lost on a tram somewhere, I do miss it.)
Nikon 14-24 f/2.8G ED (Not lost on a tram somewhere.)