A couple years ago, I posted that a photographer outfitted a 100 year old lens on a Canon 5D Mark II. The results were really cool.
Recently, a guy hacked a 5D Mark II with a 93-year-old lens (pictured above).
The results weren’t nearly as impressive as the 100-year-old lens, but then again, 100-year-olds are often way better than anyone or anything younger than them.
The pictures of the hack are impressive, though.
Below are some examples the photographer, Ryan Heise, posted.
Go check him out and hire him and his 93-year-old lens the next time you get a chance!
Comic of Church Mice reads, “We’d like to talk to you about cheeses.”
It’s a beautiful day here in Chicago. I heard there were people three sheets to the wind at 9 a.m. this morning. That’s on par for how it was when I lived in a bar area. I would look out the window at 10 or 11, and people were stumbling, or being held up by their friends walking down the street.
I’m editing photos from a local event that happened last night. I’m dying to get out, though.
I want to post a couple images from an event that I shot last night with Bill. These are very unedited, but I thought you’d get a kick out of it. I don’t want to attract attention to the blog by tagging it, but I think you can figure out what it is.
You may feel a bit of déja vu this week, as the setup is the same for these two shots, but the cats — I’m told — are different.
Jerry and Sylvester joined in on last week’s Kokomo basket seating. I think they might be trying to join the occupy wall street movement as best they can as indoor cats. Either that or they really wanna be Easter presents to a more sane environment. 🙂
The top cat is Jerry and the bottom cat Sylvester — which I’m pretty sure is a girl.
These are two more cats from Glock, who is the rough equivalent of the Simpson’s cat lady. Word on the street is, he wears lots of purple, calls himself Eleanor Abernathy and throws Sylvester, Jerry and Kokomo at passersby while yelling, “Get out and vote!”
I found this image on a religious friend’s facebook wall.
If you can explain it, I would greatly appreciate it.