Some of Jeff's best work never makes it onto his flickr page - but you can see it on his current photo-centric blog, 'The H Word' - http://www.the-h-word.com - which he tends to use as a running gallery for much of his current work. It's worth checking out.Found Jeff Damron's Eos M Flickr album - don't know how much of his processing skills are into the atmosphere of these shots, but he does make a strong case for little M.
Thank you. But the lens is seriously great and largely underrated. I think I first heard about it reading a post on Roger Cicala's (lensrentals) blog some time ago, he was quite enamored of it; but seeing a number of photographs taken with it by a handful of some very fine photographers made me see its possibilities.Such an awesome lens, but the photographer behinds it really helps, too
I love the first, but you know that already I also love the last very much, both the ceramic faces and what you have done with them.
Thank you, Steve.Miguel, those are stunning. For me, the leaf is just eye-catching.
Was news to me. I've just scored an EOS M and it's my first foray into ILC/DSLR style photography.A couple of the things I've done to make the still silly slow auto focus palatable is to go to back button focus on the wheel left and also go with continuous shooting mode. Once I initially lock focus range, I can snap away at will with no lag. Probably not new news to anyone, just sharing.