It always interests me to see how different cameras and lenses and films render the same scene at the same moment.
You might remember that I recently visited an abandoned, never-finished railroad bridge in Clay County, Indiana. I took this photo of it with my Canon PowerShot S95.
My Nikon F2 was along, too, so before I moved from that spot I took this shot.
Wow, what a difference in warmth and detail! I also like how the sky in the F2 shot has the slightest tinge of purple that the S95 shot lacks.
I wish now that I had spent more time shooting those abutment walls with my F2, just to explore those great textures some more.
In a photograph, what is real? I explored this question here.
Last updated on 20 March 2020 by Jim Grey