“When you start doubting yourself, remember how far you’ve come. Remember everything you’ve faced, all the battles you have won, and all the fears you’ve overcome.”
You might recall last week when I happened upon the South Elkhorn Christian Church. I only had my 50mm lens with me. With the position of the historical marker, I couldn’t get the shot I wanted with both doors. So, I went back with my wide angle. Et voilá.
Now, why, you ask, have we switched from a church to a printing press? Last week I talked about the differences between my Canon 40D and Crystal’s full frame Canon 6D? I went back and did some comparison shots with the two cameras (disclaimer: the full frame 6D used a 40mm; the APS sensor 40D used 50mm). These are some of those shots. The differences may not be obvious, apart from the compositions, but to me the differences are enormous (to be fair, the lenses play a part in the overall quality – it’s not all camera mechanics, but it’s pretty darn close). I promised some low light shots, and I delivered….albeit nearly a week later, but nonetheless, delivered. In my defense, it’s been an action packed, fun last few days.