Project 52: Street | Week 35

September 01, 2017  •  3 Comments

Happy September 1! Today we are at Week 35 of our professional pet photography blog circle Project 52 and the theme of "street." We were tasked with making sure our images included a street. I decided to go for a little old world charm and head to Mariemont for our session. Each of the images below was shot with a different lens, which made for a fun experiment this week.

First up, is Mr. Bojangles as shot with the Nikon 70-200mm lens. Here he is at the crosswalk of a little urban area. Even though he was right by the street, there was very little traffic (safety first).

Next we went around the corner to the stoop of a building, where you can still see the street in the background. The cars you see were all parked. This image was taken with a Nikon 50mm lens. Finally, even though you can't see the actual street in this last image, taken with a manual focus 14mm lens from Rokinon, it shows the lovely little garden oasis in the middle of the street. You can also see what a gorgeous day we had, although it was a bit hotter than I was expecting (which is why Mr. Bojangles has his tongue out in every picture.) To find out what the word is on the next street, head over to see St. Cloud, MN, dog photographer About A Dog Photography, and then take a tour of the other streets in this blog circle until you end up back at our own little urban oasis.

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Comments

Darlene(non-registered)
Nice variety of "street" images! My favorite is the 2nd - I love the stop sign in the background and the bokeh around the car - awesome! That 14mm lens looks like a lot of fun! Great modeling Mr. Bojangles!
Pet Love Photography
Thanks! Once you figure out how to use the 14mm lens, it really is a good one (and so affordable!) I love how it lets in the light yet gives you the vivid colors. The stoop picture is my favorite.
Elaine(non-registered)
That 14mm is calling my name. Lovely photos. Little man looks great on that stoop. Nice that you used several different lenses.
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