Afternoon Time-Lapse

Photo info: FUJIFILM X-E4, 18mm, f/2.8, 1/6400 sec, ISO160
“Backyard Clouds” Cedar Park, 2021

I need to find a new place to shoot some time-lapses, but upstairs at our house is just too convenient. 😄

A Different Photo

Photo info: FUJIFILM X-E4, 27mm, f/3.6, 1/80 sec, ISO1600
“Together at the Stadium” Cedar Park, 2021

This evening we went to the stadium to see Koa’s band compete again. Instead of the regular photo, I wanted to look for some other kind of story to tell. Luckily, right in front of us, was a mother and daughter watching the band perform. I thought it was a nice shot. 😊

Twilight Time-Lapse (Automatic Shutter Speed)

For today’s time-lapse, I set my Fujifilm X-E4’s shutter speed to “A”. I wanted to see how it adjusts, and if the exposure adjustment is noticeable. While you can see the brightness change several times, it’s not as bad as I thought it would be, but I think I will use fully manual for the future.

Please enjoy the video!

Lunchtime Black and White

Photo info: OLYMPUS E-PL9, 13mm, f/11, 1/800 sec, ISO200
“Crushed Cars” Cedar Park, 2021

I went on a bicycle ride on my lunchbreak, and took Mariko’s Olympus E-PL9. It’s a fun little camera!

Photo info: OLYMPUS E-PL9, 15mm, f/11, 1/800 sec, ISO200
“Sophie and Destruction” Cedar Park, 2021

As usual, I also had my GoPro to record the ride. Please give it a watch if you have time. In it, I describe a little more about the location of the photos. 😀

First Light

Photo info: OLYMPUS E-PL9, 9mm, f/4, 1/60 sec, ISO3200
“First Light” Cedar Park, 2021

I was greeted by a soft glow in the home office this morning. What a wonderful start to the day!

By the way, I took the photo with Mariko’s old Olympus E-PL9 camera and its 9-18 mm (18-36 mm equivalent) lens. Fun to use!

I also have started cropping to a 4:3 aspect ratio more. I noticed that the Ozu movies that I am fond of have that aspect ration and I really like it.