The Baltimore Photo Collective had it’s somewhat-monthly photo-walk this weekend at the Druid Ridge Cemetery in Northwest Baltimore City. I gotta say this wasn’t really my thing. I can’t say I was uncomfortable, because I wasn’t. But when looking through the photos the best ones, in my opinion we of things other than the gravestones. It was a very good experience for me though because I had to step out of my comfort zone a little and try something new.
This was the first real photo outing with my new Tamron 70-300 zoom. The image stabilization absolutely rocked, I was able to stop the camera at F16 most of the day and with the slower shutter speeds needed the images were clear and focused. I also had a chance to play with my B&W 25% Graduated Neutral Density Filter, but I’ll have more on that later in the week.
- The Legend of The Black Aggie (socyberty.com)
- Stolen Elvis statue found in Md. cemetery (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- What happened to Edgar Allan Poe ‘toaster?’ (seattlepi.com)