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Monday, May 10, 2010

Shots with my new D300s and 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII


This was my first attempt at a lamp at nite shot (tried to make it look like the moon)


Here's my second attempt...

With my D300s, I can actually attempt this particular shot. The alley only had a few bits of illumination and I was surprised that at ISO 3200, I was able to get this:


Then I went after a tree that was illuminated by sodium lighting.


Saturday, May 1, 2010

Went a little Tulip Crazy yesterday.

Went shooting yesterday. Went up to the clinic to get some medicine and then walked up to London Drugs to fill it so I decided I'd take some shots while I'm up there. I'd have to say I went a little tulip crazy as I walked up. My mother's place on 96th had several tulips and a blue-bell, so I photographed those. Of course, I'll have to retake the bluebell because it was blurry as hell. I'll check the other shots I have of it.


Tulips for Tomorrow is a fundraising campaign for Surrey Memorial Hospital. Every year they plant these beautiful orange/red tulips all around Surrey. Surrey Memorial is the Fraser Valley's largest hospital and a hospital for the southern region of the Fraser Valley. If you are interested please donate directly to Surrey Memorial Hospital.


These are tulips that I saw in Holland Park.


Same with these ones


This was a gorgeous red and white tulip that I saw while I was going past my mother's place on 96th Avenue.

I've always loved flowers and love the opportunity to photograph them whenever I can.