[week 6] Adaptable
February 14, 2012
Model : Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter Speed : 1/49 second
Aperture : F/1.2
Focal Length : 85 mm
ISO Speed : 2500
There’s been this random shift to a point where there always seems to be someone over. My office is a rather large space and it’s quite adaptable to whatever we throw at it. We’ve been shooting title sequences, as you do, for a simple idea they’re turning out very cool.
This was shot on my new Canon 85mm f/1.2 L II lens. The day it was supposed to arrive it turned out I had not heard the delivery person, granted they had a few options to get my attention. Subsequently my impatience meant I had to head out and pick it up from their warehouse that evening. Arriving there it was a small reception area, and after conversing with the employee manning the counter, I discovered I had beaten that same deliver person to the warehouse and would now have to wait.
I don’t deal well in those situations. Not usually anyway.
Eventually I got my package. It’s now found a permanent spot on my camera; along with every other lens.
My room has changed so many times as work required, currently one quarter is a bedroom, one quarter is storage space, one quarter is my office desk working area, and one quarter is set up as a film shooting space.
Next week who knows what it will be used for, all I know is there’s a corner where my brother is building robots to fight each other…. as you do. Fortunately I own a copy of “How to survive a Robot uprising” by Daniel H. Wilson so if anything I’m already prepared for the inevitable.