For the Head of the Charles I tagged along with Caroline Moynihan, who after three weeks was coxing the men’s eight varsity boat in the Head of the Charles Regatta. Below you’ll find the multimedia piece from the day as well as the five images used for the story.
Here’s the video:
I feel like one can find a story within this photo. The hooded robber picking out his next victim perhaps? A lonely man pondering his next move? Shot with the D600 at ISO 1250 and f1.8 with the AF-S 35mm (DX crop). The crop really is fun to play with if you want to quickly change your focal length. I know it’s the same thing as cropping later, but it feels so much more dynamic when you play with it out in the field and while composing. Shooting a PETA demonstration tomorrow, can’t wait to put the camera to work!
Back this past summer I spent a few hours accompanying Richard Rock of the Southborough DPW on his rounds. You can see the resulting multimedia piece below or head to the Community Advocate webpage for more: http://www.communityadvocate.com/2012/09/27/southboroughs-rock-monitors-trees/
If you’re into camera jargon and the state of the photo industry, check out the article I just wrote summarizing what happened at Photokina 2012: http://www.digitalcamera-hq.com/articles/photokina-2012-the-prosumers-get-the-goods