Okra

Okra

Okra in Chair (III)

Okra

Closeup in Chair (III)

Closeup in Chair (III) — Okra’s 1st Portrait Shoot

My acquaintance, Robert Mark Campbell (he goes by “Mark”), recently adopted a 5-year-old cairn terrier after his longtime therapy dog, Mr. Miyagi, died. Her name is Mayella Okra, or Okra for short.

Okra sat for me last after Mark asked me to take her portrait a couple of weeks ago. The final gallery images are of Mr. Miyagi’s ashes and pawprint.

About the Featured Photograph(s)

Note

M-mount lenses do not provide aperture information to the camera body, either electronically or mechanically. Therefore, f-stop settings are approximate, and are probably wildly inaccurate. For what it’s worth, I usually shoot with my lenses wide open.

  • Okra in Chair (III)
  • M9 Digital Camera
  • ISO:160
  • 50mm
  • 1/180s
  • ƒ/4
  • 35° 12.3667′ 0″ N 97° 25.5333′ 0″ W
  • Closeup in Chair (III)
  • M9 Digital Camera
  • ISO:160
  • 90mm
  • 1/180s
  • ƒ/4
  • 35° 12.3667′ 0″ N 97° 25.5333′ 0″ W

The Portraits

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