As you may recall, I’m taking part in a fun project this year with a bunch of other photobloggers. #WE35 sets monthly challenges each of which must be shot using a 35mm lens (or one with the equivalent field of view as a 35mm on a full frame camera). Last month got off to an easy start when we had to shoot a picture of our mailbox but this month’s challenge was somewhat more involved. For February, we had to set our camera to a single ISO, a fixed white balance and the fixed 35mm lens then click the shutter exactly 36 times and post every one of the images we generated as a contact sheet.
I had some time to kill in Dripping Spring yesterday so I took advantage of it to shoot my 36 pictures. I ended up with 6 that I like enough to post here and I’ll be running them this week, starting today. The original contact sheet (with no post-processing) is below but the images I post will be my final, retouched versions. You can click on the contact sheet image to download the high resolution (18MP) version.
Today’s shot shows the end of the Mercer Street Dance Hall where the side light was doing great things to the corrugated metal panels in the middle of the day.
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