|Blacksmith at work|
|Rider known as Johnny Baker|
|One of the "Rough Riders" performing that day.|
|I think this one is Texas Rose...|
|Mark Twain in one stop of his lecture trip.|
For some reason, the fourth shot is a bit soft. I believe I switched the sensor from FX to DX, and also the priority must have been set to shoot over focus (later I'll get to this). In any event, this place tends to offer this kind of events, during which they recreate a historical period or event, and have very specialized performers doing their shows in the grounds.
Now, I'm facing a critical moment: except for trips like this, I find that my long lens gets next to no use. In fact, it's now down with sticky shutter blades (which means they don't close down when the camera shoots and a small aperture has been set). I am very inclined to sell it and keep the rest of my zooms, but then... what if I need one long lens for events like the one I documented above?
What would you do?
Thanks in advance!