Spending the afternoon at a brewery during a work day isn’t a great way to get ahead in most fields. Luckily this isn’t one of them. Hopefully you enjoy seeing a couple of extras from the set as much as they company enjoys the ones we shot for them.
A few of the photos that didn’t make the best of the best final cut from the restaurant shoots I’ve been doing lately. No fakes in these shots, these are all real natural edible food. Some of the crops are a little extra tight to keep from giving away too much about the location, but if you’re a local Omaha area foodie, you will probably match it up with the appropriate website when you see it.
Having just done a handful of shoots with my normal cameras, I decided to match our quick walk around downtown Omaha with my Olympus OMD EM10 MKIII and a 7artisans 35mm f1.4, and because I’m still editing photos from the last shoot I decided to give some of the Olympus’s “Art Modes” a try. Jamie blindly picked number 9 first yielding a Sepia Tone setting, which I’m just not a fan of most of the time. A second pick got us to #7 Diorama. And well here are the results with zero editing other than a bit of straightening.
We recently had the chance to take a quick nature walk through parts of the Lauritzen Garden in Omaha Nebraska.
I grabbed my Fuji XT2, and a trio of Fujifilm lenses. That wasn’t all though. I also filled my bag with some old school accessories as well. A 1950’s Leica Summaron 35mm f/3.5 Lens and some 60’s (I think) Minolta Macro filters finished filling my Tenba.
Leica Lens Photos:
FujiFilm Lens Photos:
As good as the Fuji Lenses are there is just some added fun and style to shooting with 70 year old technology!