16 March, 2011

Here is part 1 of random touristy photos. Sorry for taking so long to post this. I've been busy catching up with schoolwork (last year of school, yay!) and editing fashion week photos and stuff. 
New York
New York
Above are photos with my 50mm. Below are photos of my 50mm when it broke and wouldn't focus at all:
New York
New York
These are photos of my kit lens. Yuckkk! :
New York
New York
New York
New York
New York
New York
Times Square, yo:
New York
First photo with my 35mm:
New York
New York
Outside Rich Tong's suite. Oh how I miss New York!

10 comments:

tasha said...

oh, you cannot believe how jellin i am of you right now! :3 hahaha. i am in love with new york city and want to go there so badly! i'm glad you had such a wonderful time. the photos all look beautiful, love, no matter with which lens you use. (: xx

CHARMAINE said...

Hi there! what do you think abt 35mm? pros and cons of both 50mm and 35mm?? which one do you reco? :)

thank you and your photos are awesome even with kit lens!

Lulu. said...

Amazing pictures -- love the one with the clouds!

Rina said...

Beautiful!

Though I have to ask...what are kit lens? Sorry, new to film photog. XD

xx

Jeannine said...

CHARMAINE: Everybody (who I've talked to, anyway) says the 35mm has much better quality than the 50mm. It is easier to fit everything into the frame, but if I had to choose one lens to use for the rest of my life it will still be the 50mm ;). Plus, it's cheaper!

Rina: It is 18-55mm. These aren't taken on film, by the way ;)

CHARMAINE said...

thanks so much for your opinions! :)

summer lights_x said...

Your pictures are amazing! :)

ching said...

you still manage to take amazing photos despite different sorts of lenses.

Anonymous said...

Hi. I was just wondering... how do you make the size of the pictures in your blog so big?

Anonymous said...

You're an amazing photographer ! I've been following you since last year :)
I always wanted to know though, how do you get the colours and tones in your images ?

xx