After work I decided I would go walk around downtown Knoxville/Market Sqaure with only a 50mm lens to see what I could capture. I thought this sign was kind of amusing, so I took a photo of it and processed it using another Lomo action I found.
The East Tennessee Veterans Memorial in World’s Fair Park is kind of a recent addition. I wanted to go just after sunset, during “the blue hour”. I shot it with a 16mm lens. I love how the colors turned out, but still think this shot would benefit greatly by using the 17mm Tilt-Shift lens.
Sticking with a veterans theme, I decided to shoot the replica of the War Dog Memorial (original in Guam)
One of the things you have to do if you are ever in Natal, Brazil is ride the buggies. The dunes of Natal are simply amazing. In the end, I liked this image the best. It is at a zip line place called Aero Bunda.
Jesse and Juliana’s wedding was a lot of fun… apparently the flower girl thought so too. Too much dancing and too much drink and she was passed out on the floor.
This was taken with my Powershot G9 with my underwater case. I meet up with some friends that were staying at a Pousada. Some of the missionary kids came along as well. It didn’t take many shots to get what I wanted. I prefocused on the area I knew I wanted the capture and anticipated when to shoot, bearing in mind that shutter lag on a P&S is longer than my SLR.