New Life For Old Glass

Blue Olympia

Downtown Olympia at night

I am planning on a blog post about my move away from Nikon and dslr cameras to the world of Sony and mirrorless, but as you have probably noticed I haven’t been updating things around here much lately.  It has been a combination of things, much like it has been since the first of the year, with the dogs being sick or broken, my day job being hectic at times, and lately a touch of the flu.

I did want to share this image though that I made with an old Nikon 105mm lens.  One of the things that I am loving about moving to mirrorless is that these old lenses, which I love, are getting a whole new life.  They work my my modern dslr cameras, but they really shine on the mirrorless ones.

I guess I will leave that as a teaser for my upcoming post about the move. :-)

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  1. Toad Hollow Photo April 9, 2015 at 1:37 pm #

    Terrific shot, Scott!! Sorry to hear about your dogs and how busy you’ve been. Hope things are improving. I love the blue tones and the details in this shot, looking forward to your thoughts on your transition to mirrorless.
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  1. […] New Life For Old Glass – Scott Wood attaches an old lens to his new mirrorless camera and finds himself downtown in Olympia at night.  The wonderful blue hues from the fading light of day work in perfect harmony with the twinkling lights of the city, all reflected back in the waters that surround the area. […]

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