The last warm fall days are slowly drifting by here in Montana. Before I head back to cooler, soggy/rainy/wet Vancouver weather, I am going to try to snap as many pictures of the incredible colors that you will find in the Bitterroot Valley at this time of the year. The tree’s leafs are slowly turning into an array of Red/ yellow and orange. The Pentax 645Z is really built for these kinds of conditions and I can’t wait to get some more lenses for the camera to try to capture different angles and different perspectives.
Thus far, most of the images on the Pentax are shot with a 645 AF 45mm 2.8 lens and a 645 A 75mm 2.8 lens. You can really see the focal length compression that Medium format will give you and the bokeh is actually quiet impressive.
Here are some more shots from the past week!
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