Part four of my TRF Photos series. This time the photos which did not fall into any of the other categories.
Part three of my TRF Photos series. This time looking at Holiday decorations.
Part two of my TRF Photos series. Today, Water Lilies from the Water Liley Garden.
This is the first of a few posts on the photos from the second weekend we went to TRF.
This time around, I brought my main camera and took more photos. Lots more.
This is a few of the people pictures that I think turned out well. There were some others I took, but I was not happy with the results. Photographing people is not something I normally do, so it is an area I do need to explore and work on.
As is our habit, we often go to TRF. This weekend, we finally made it. However, the weather was less than perfect. Around 50F and raining off and on. I still had a good time, and the family mainly enjoyed themselves as well, but I kept the small camera I brought with me away for most of the day.
I did manage to get a couple of keepers, but not a lot.
Spent some time in the Pine Woods this past weekend with one of the kiddos. In between playing, got a chance to take photos.
A while back, I was transferred to a new team at my $JOB. This team is more aligned with what I normally do, so this is a good thing. Plus, I know all other folks on the team, and I like them, including the manager. The only drawback is that I am the only US-based person on the team, as the rest of them are in London. Upside, I got to go over for some training and planning.
I had a bit more down-time in the evenings this trip which I knew about in advance, so I brought over my big camera and my travel camera, a Panazonic DCM-ZS40, and a Gorilla-pod and had some fun walking around.
Nothing really big, just doing some random photography. Been using either the phone, or some small point & shoot cameras that are not the newest.
I did pickup a book the other week called 50 Photo Projects by Lee Frost, but I have not had time to read anything yet.
Took a couple of days in Austin. Since we used to live there, we spent some time visiting old haunts like Conan’s Pizza. We also spent some time wandering around the UT campus. Since it was between sessions, the campus was pretty empty.