Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Play Time: Organized Chaos

It's a lot of fun to be spontaneous with photography. This afternoon when I dumped out the silverware from the dishwasher I was intrigued by the random patterns that it created. Out came the camera! I photographed several compositions but this is the one that I liked the most. In photoshop I over layed the silverware with an image of soap bubbles I recently created. I thought they looked pretty cool together. God's precious love and blessings to all, chris Created with a canon 7D and a Canon 10-22S lens.


  1. Good a 200 mm lens better than 70 mm lens?

  2. Rohan,
    That's a lot like asking what is better for a pie, blueberries or a strawberies? They both make good pies. Which flavor do you like best for your pie? Both lenses are good for certain uses. I like doing a lot of wildlife photography so a 200 would be more useful to me. A 70mm lens would be great for shooting mid distance landscapes or peoples portraits. A 200mm lens would be great for long landscapes and tight portraits or adding some extension tubes for doing macro work. In conclusion both lenses are great. it depends a lot on what you are going to use it for. I hope this answers your question.