The fog and dim light seemed like a good day to use Kosmo Foto Agent Shadow.
A few weeks ago I completed a virtual workshp on the Zone System, led by photographer Ossian Lindholm. It's part of my efforts to nreak out of my pandmeic rut.
Ansel Adams developed the Zone System, a technique for translating perceived light into specific densities to allow better control over finished photographs. Though he lived well before the time of megapixels and monitors I think he would have embraced the creative possibilities of the digital age.
Kiran needed to photograph some architectural elements for her AP course project. We walked and drove around Princeton and Princeton University on photographic scavenger hunts for what she needed. I discovered parts of the campus and the town I had not explored before. Helping her with her project forced me to photograph subjects I had overlooked in the 18 years I have lived in the area. I have included a few of the best of the set of images. I need to create my scavenger hunt.
One requirement of her project is that members of her "team" had to be included in the photographs. Bhavna, Shaan and Kiran took turns posing for the pictures.
The light changed during the three hours we walked around. It went from afternoon to early dusk to nighttime. Making sure we had good images to use in Kiran's project and doing it all hand-held pushed the limits of my camera and photography skills. The Fuji X-T2 held up well even at ISO 12,800.