Quincy (Kwin' zee), Massachusetts, City of Presidents and Birthplace of the American Dream
It seems more and more churches are using store fronts and old retail boxes these days.
Slim --- I left a answer to your question on my blog, but thought I ought to drop it here to so that you would be more likely to get it.Slim -- I use a Olympus E-510 camera with a 40- 150 mm lens (which translates to 80-300 to compare with old 35mm cameras) for most of these shots. But I had to do a lot of experimenting with the settings on the camera to get things the way I like them. I usually bump up the sharpness 2 notches, bump the contrast 1 notch. Turn of the the noise filter and the noise reduction (I like to take care of those in the photo editor afterwards -- I find the camera setting produce to soft an image for my liking. I shoot mostly at 400 speed for zoom shots. And many times for stiller shots I use manual focus and drop the zoom back down to about 130-140 which is a sweeter spot on my lens than the 150 mm setting.Plus a few more tweaks.
sign of the times!
Next week, you'll need to go back and get a picture of the priest when he gets off his bike. I bet he has some interesting tattoos. ;)
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