Technically, these aren’t photos of the Lynn Family Stadium in Louisville. But, you can see it in them so that’s good enough for me. I like how these turned out. The second one is a little underwhelming, might have to crop it, or try to get a better shot sometime. I was trying out my 24mm lens. I’ve been testing my Canon 24mm lens for a few days. You can see the full resolution on my Flickr.
Today, I received my Canon 24mm lens that I ordered over the weekend. I went for a walk on my lunchbreak with it and snapped a few things. My camera has an APS-C sensor, which means it has a crop factor because it’s not a full frame 35mm sensor. After all the math is applied, my 24mm is basically a 35mm lens on this camera. I primarily used my 50mm lens before I got this, which was essentially an 80mm lens on this camera. Basically, I can get wider shots now. Here’s what I got today. You can see the full resolution shots on my Flickr.
I spent one more day forcing myself to carry around my Canon 55-250mm lens on my Rebel SL3. I saw this guy standing by a pole. At first he was looking down, but a few moments later he looked up and I got a good profile. I’m going to switch back to my 50mm lens for a few days because I’m starting to really notice the limitations of a lens that isn’t a prime lens.
I’ve been blogging this week about practicing with my Conan 55mm-250mm lens on my Rebel SL3. I don’t often get many good photos on my way to work. However, yesterday on my lunchbreak I walked over to do some street photography at The Belvedere in Downtown Louisville. I got some interesting shots. The Belvedere was a great place to get shots of people before the pandemic. Unfortunately, it’s not very urban-like when I’m wanting to go for that. But, it’s still a pretty place.
Street Photography At The Belvedere
I was originally going for a nice black and white photo with nice contrast, but I think the color version might do the scene more justice.
I’m still working on figuring out how to use my Canon 55-250mm lens a little better. I didn’t get much yesterday on the way home from the office, but I got lucky a few times. Some of them I’d have preferred to have better framing, but with street photography, you get what you get sometimes. You can see the full quality photos on my Flickr.