|Bike in Cold: f/10, 24-105@97mm, ISO 100, 1/50|
|Tech Student: f/7, 24-105@ 105, ISO 100, 1/320|
I took these pictures this past Tuesday when is was friggin cold. The day before, I was passing Broadway & Univ. and saw all these Tech students freezing thier asses while waiting for a walk signal. I then thought it would be interesting to take pictures of people doing just that, and see how the human posture changes when we are cold. I don't think I accomplished the latter so well, but did get what I think is worth sharing. My only wish in these takes are more compression in the background. Would this be possible with a smaller f-stop or do I need a longer lens? Something to investigate.