Exercising my little grey cells…

Day 2 of the great Canon experiment – which is something I’m definitely not calling my dailiance with my old Canon FD lenses – and I thought I would try things out on much more familiar ground.   I’m not sure whether this was the reason or more probably I had had time to reflect on the lessons from yesterday’s walk around Abbey Park and change my approach slightly.  Anyway, the images I made today seemed to be an improvement – certainly as far as the hit rate was concerned.   The lenses are still wayward when you set them to any aperture smaller than F11 but I did manage to get some reasonable results from the 135mm which with the APS-C crop factor is nearer to 200mm.   Still much to ponder but there is one trend that appears to be emerging – they do help make some cracking black and white photographs.   Whether this is the lens or circumstance only time will tell.

About Guthlac

An artist, historian and middle aged man who'se aim in life is to try and enjoy as much of it as he can
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