Some more photos from Mayfield Park

I really want a high-end digial SLR now. And some great lenses. And Marc’s experience.

Here are a few of the photos that Marc took when we went out to Mayfield Park last weekend:

Jack is almost a year old

This is my buddy

Me and My buddy

Damn that kid is photogenic

See the photos from that day here. You should see them as printed photos… they look awesome in the real world… so much detail doesn’t come through when you shrink the photos down enough to fit on the web easily… so for that, I apologize. The photos really do look awesome in person.

Man, I need a good camera, and about 20 years of experience using it.

2 Replies to “Some more photos from Mayfield Park”

  1. Here’s your first photo (and this day in history) lesson:

    Daguerre, Louis Jacques Mande, pronounced dah GAIR, lwee zhahk mahn DAY (1787-1851), a French stage designer and painter, introduced the first popular form of photography. His pictures were called daguerreotypes.
    Daguerre was born on Nov. 18, 1787, in Cormeilles-en-Parisis, near Paris. He became a talented theater artist and operated a scenery theater called the Diorama in Paris. There he displayed huge painted scenes from nature, using lighting to create the illusion of changing views. A desire to improve these scenes led him to work with J. N. Niepce, a French scientist who had invented the first photographic technique. Experimenting with this technique, Daguerre discovered the daguerreotype process in 1837. The permanent mirrorlike images produced through the process brought him worldwide fame. He died on July 10, 1851.

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