Inside, with the lights dimmed for optimum television viewing, from the other side of the room… manually focusing with one of Dad’s lenses is just difficult. Also, I am quickly going blind which makes it even more difficult.
Tag: Gemini 1:4.5 80-200mm
The leaves in our backyard essentially rake themselves. If only the wind would blow them away from the house and into the woods instead of blowing them all right up against the house. Oh well.
There are still more leaves to come too. I don’t think I am going to have time to get to much of it this weekend, so they are going to be hanging out for a while. Ugh.
In other news, Candle.
I took this with my DSLR through Dad’s old zoom lens, Gemini 1:4.5 80-200mm. Aren’t they nice?
More Manual Lens Fun
My lunch break opened with more manual-lens-on-a-DSLR fun. This time I used the lesser of Dad’s two Pentax K Mount lenses, his Gemini 1:4.5 80-200mm.
A couple of test shots of the cellar window desk-swag collection.
A couple of pics of the guitar nook (that are better than the crap from yesterday).
A couple of the Japanese Peace Lilly in the bedroom.
A few woods-behind-the-house pics.
Finally, yet another blurry background/bokeh pic of the bird feeders. I think I’ve taken 20 pics just like this. The zoom lens doesn’t have as wide an aperture as the prime lens I took outside yesterday, but it still makes some cool blurry dots of light.
Isn’t this fun?