The Syracuse Crunch played their last home game of the season last night at the Onondaga County War Memorial at OnCenter. Unfortunately, the Crunch lost in the shootout although it was a pretty exiting game throughout.
MAN, I love this lens! Its DX counterpart was pretty much my go-to lens, particularly for the car photography. So when it came time to go to a full-frame camera, this just had to be in my bag. Can’t wait to get out there and stretch it out. In the meantime, my 6-year-old helped me with this distorted view of her silliness.
Perfect timing! As I was discussing my new camera with my manager, he mentioned we needed some new photos of our building for some marketing materials we’re working on. With perfect blue skies featuring wispy clouds, I was excited to get right out and get the shots he was looking for.
After having one of my cameras take a dive about a year ago, it finally decided to cease functioning about a month or two ago. With my picture-taking busy time coming, I had to find a replacement, and decided to go with Nikon’s newest full-frame D-SLR, the D610. I took it out for a test drive tonight. So far, it’s not disappointing me.
The collages shown below were all created from shots taken at last week’s Syracuse Motorama car show. I’m already looking forward to next year’s show!
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Photos of the Dodge D-2 exterior by Jason Liparulo. Interior shots, “Ram”, compositing & layout design by Eric Payne. Photos of the Sox & Martin Duster by Jim Swem. Compositing & layout design by Eric Payne.
Last weekend, at the Syracuse Motorama, there were a few classic racers on display. The cars shown below were well-known in their day, and many of the show patrons talked about watching these cars at the local tracks.