I finally got a chance to test out my 5D Mark II last weekend and so far so good. The quality and speed of the camera is a huge improvement from my old 10D. I took this photo of a homeless man outside of an abandon building that I’ve seen plenty of times around Lower East Side. I always thought it was just an abandoned building covered in graffiti but come to find out this building is pretty popular and has quite a history and is better known as 190 Bowery. Click here to read more about the building and also see photos of the interior which are amazing. Also I have a larger photo of the image above on my Flickr that’s not cropped.
What a crazy, busy New Year it has been so far. I just finished moving this past weekend and I’m glad to finally get that out of the way. Work as been going well and again sorry for the lack of update on my projects, I have been waiting for projects to get completely finished and therefore haven’t been able to upload any work but there are definitely things in the pipeline.
Also, I finally purchased a new camera after having my Canon 10D for over 6 years. I have been eyeballing the 5D Mark II like like a kid in a candy store for the past year and a half and I’m glad I decided to finally get one. I haven’t had a chance to really test it yet but hopefully sometime this week I can make time to do that. I also picked up the 16-35 L lens for this camera which I have seen some awesome photos produced by it.
Heinz has recently announced that they will be introducing a new packing for their “Ketchup” later on this fall. The new design is suppose to make it easier for people to use ketchup on the go. The package will allow consumers to have 2 options on using the condiment. One way is tearing off the top cap and squeezing the ketchup and the other option is to peel the corner and dip your food inside the packet. I quite like the new ketchup bottle shape design and can’t wait to test it out. For all the fans of the current ketchup packet don’t worry Heinz will still be producing those as well.