Our family went to the Oklahoma City Zoo yesterday as a last outing for spring break. I was a bit anxious because this was the first time that I had used my camera since cleaning the sensor.
I finally went through the pictures from the second day of our trip.
The second day of the trip was rough. When I got to the hotel that night, I found out that there was junk on the sensor, which was showing up in my pictures when I was on a closed aperture, such as f/22.
I’ve since ordered some supplies to clean the sensor, and I get to try that tonight. 💪
On our way to the Grand Canyon, and then Las Vegas, we stopped by Cadillac Ranch today to spray paint the cars and get some pictures. Both of the kids ended up with spray paint on them, of course. Also, we weren’t prepared for the weather, which was low 40s probably with lots of wind.
But, it was fun all the same, and I’d do it again.
Last night, I took the kids to the wedding ceremony for one of Hero’s favorite teachers, Mrs. Elisa Henkel. I took along my camera to take a few pictures, because why not?
Well, I ended up taking more than a few. 😂
I shot with my Sony a6000 with a 35mm f/1.8 lens in aperture priority, and set the ISO to auto starting at 1600. This left me with a lot of noise to cleanup in Lightroom, but the high ISO was necessary since it was dark.
And since there was movement in the low light, I ended up shooting most of the night in mid continuous drive mode and prayed that a few would come out OK. 😉