Two days after I take my last "breakfast of champions," I must self-administer an injection of Lapelga (pegfilgrastim), which helps my bone marrow produce white blood cells needed to help my body fight infection.
... when you can Bing?
This week, for an added challenge, I've decided to make photos in the style of William Eggleston. For those who don't know Eggleston or his work, you can start with Wikipedia or a simple image search to get a sense of his visual style. You could simply describe most of his photos as highly saturated, warm Kodachromes of nothing.
... and red all over.
One red pepper. One cheap light from IKEA. One gray card. Velvia film sim. Snap. Snap. Snap. All images SOOC from my X-Pro3 using a variety of lenses: XF35mmF1.4, XF16-80mmF4 and XF56mmF1.2