Walking Up Elm Street

I took a few random shots on the 21st, before the concert, while walking up Elm Street here in Worcester. I challenged myself to keep one lens on the camera, that being the 135mm f/2.8. I know that a lot of “newbie” photographers with slow zooms on the dSLR’s, once they discover the joys if a sharp, fast prime, make similar challenges. In this case, knowing that the 135 would be the glass of choice for the concert, well, with Tri-X loaded up, it seemed like the way to go for fast shutter speeds for hand holding. No “VR”, no “IS”, just old school hand holding, and breathing technique. I didn’t have the motor drive mounted on the FE-2, but it might have helped here to keep the body more stable.

Gargoyle At Gate For 34 Elm Street

Gargoyle At Gate For 34 Elm Street

Side View

Side View

View Of New T&G Offices At City Place

View Of New T&G Offices At City Place

Scaffolding

Scaffolding

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