Saturday, February 18, 2012

LensProToGo 52 Week Photo Project - Week 7 Submission

My entry for week 7 themed "Light"

I decided to go with a minimalist approach for this weeks theme. Just a little sliver of light from the moon.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

For Sale Canon 7D

Update: Camera has been sold!

Anyone interested in a Canon 7D? I've decided to sell mine. After buying a second hand Rebel T2i I've think I've picked up the 7D once -- to move it from the desk after downloading images to the camera bag. I've found that my current shooting needs the Rebel T2i meets them just fine. I believe the camera has between 10,000 and 15,000 actuations though I don't know the exact number. I will include a 3rd party batter grip with it and spare battery. Asking price is $1100.00 or best offer. If interested email me at zack at zdpictures dot com and we'll talk more about it.

Front of Camera

Back of Camera

Sunday, February 12, 2012

LensProToGo 52 Week Photo Project - Week 6 Submission

My submission for week 6 - Song/Movie Title.

Although I don't think any explanation is necessary this represents the 1999 movie Office Space. Being a computer geek I can relate to the movie very well.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

LensProToGo 52 Week Photo Project - Week 5 Submission

My submission for week 5 - I Left my Heart in... (your favorite place).

her hands, of course. My favorite place to be is at the beach, watching/photographing a sunrise with my wife, Donna. Since Valentines is approaching she's holding handfuls of those little candy hearts. The beach also holds a special place in my heart due to an incident that happened in 2008. My dad died on January 10th, 2008. Donna and I were living in Georiga at the time and as we made our way to North Carolina for his funeral we stopped at our family condo in Myrtle Beach, SC. On the morning of the 11th we got up early and went to the beach and shot the sunrise. We were well back from where the waves were coming up on the beach and I wrote a message to my dad in the sand. I wrote the message, took one photograph of it and then, for some unknown reason, a wave made it all the way to where I had written the message and erased it. Donna was looking up in the sky and she pointed out what appeared to be the letters "WW" I told her that was dad's way of saying message received and she wanted to know why I thought that. I told her as a kid my dad often called me "WhirlWind" so the "WW" we saw was short for my nickname. We he still alive, my dad would have turned 95 today, since today was his birthday.