I used to take a camera to my work. Since September however I changed jobs and now I am working for the new company. The offices are in rather opportunity rich (photographically speaking) area of Tel Aviv. Here is one of the first shots I've taken since I am thinking about restarting the Camera-at-Work project.
Speeding... Pentax SMCP FA 31/1.8 AL Limited at f/4.0
Here comes my geekiness. This shot was taken at ISO 1250 (ISO 1600 being maximal with this camera) with exposure of 1/5 sec. Thanks to Pentax Shake Reduction technology and PRIME image processor, it is good enough to exceed all of my expectations with regard to sharpness and noise.
Napoleon IIIrd's wedding carriage Pentax SMCP DA 21/3.2 AL Limited at f/4.
Our friend took us to this very unique photo shop. I think this guy has virtually any piece of gear within limits of reason. The rumor has it that he uses a special kind of clamp during sleep so as to keep the form of his mustache.
Photo shop owner Pentax SMCP FA 77/1.8 Limited at f/2.8.
This year we traveled to Belgium and Holland. So, few PAWs from the trip follow.
Here is our Belgian friend from PDML shooting me, while I am shooting my daughter (and incidentally him as well) while she is shooting me while my wife is watching this process curiously. Naturally, all this is being done with Pentax cameras and lenses.
Triple duel (part I) Pentax SMCP DA 21/3.2 AL Limited at f/5.0
Triple Duel (part II) Pentax SMCP FA 43/1.9 at f/1.9
Triple Duel (part III) Pentax Optio W30
Naturally, all images are posted with the permission of respective photographers.
Boris Liberman is my name and I am a software engineer. You know, like that Dilbert fellow. I don't think I have any specific shooting preference, though I like to shoot nature, street life and I like to travel.
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