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The Colors of the Museum Right before the in-person Midnight In Paris event, we took the class on a private photowalk to my favorite museum in the world! We ended up spending several hours here. I didn’t even get in trouble for my tripod this time!I have soooooo many photos of this place. I’m trying to hold back and not post them all, even though I want to! :) We’ll just both have to wait, I guess…- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.
Well here is a photo of Bel Jones, one of the Masters of the aforementioned Arcanum looking at some nice bokeh lights! I had just gotten the new Sony A7r and was testing out some of the prime lenses. This one was the Sony 55mm at f/1.8. I commented on how nice the lights looked at f/1.8, and she turned her head to look, so I ducked over to the left to get this quick photo! - Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.
The lupins are everywhere all over New Zealand this time of year! Some of the locals think they are weeds; this is something I’ll never understand. I even dug some of these weeds up and planted them around parts of my home, hoping they spring back up next year. It’s gonna be great, I tell ya! :) Sure, they look a little scrabbly in the off season, but not so bad.These lupins were swaying in the wind outside of home in St. Bathans. I had on the Leica 50mm f/1/4 wide open and snuck up on some pretty ones to get this shot.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read more at the Stuck in Customs blog.