Somewhere around the middle of April my kit lens gave up on its focusing skills. I was already contemplating buying a new one for a long time, I just couldn’t justify giving out money. Since making decisions isn’t my prime skill, it took me weeks to pick the new lens (out of the two that were available for Sony cameras in my price range, haha). I got the 50 mm f 1.8 lens because
it was cheap I want to learn from scratch. Here are the first photos I took with it, along with some thoughts on my experiences (I’m now using it since one month).
Anyway. I am slowly, very slowly, but actually learning some things about photography. All we need is just a little patience, haha.
April found me in Hungary, where I visited
the ruins of the Schossberger castle in Tura,
celebrated my father’s birthday,
hunted some Easter Eggs with Milo and Móricka,
and took photos of every blossoming tree that came my way.
After Easter I travelled back to Vienna to
work my socks off enjoy spring weather,
and continue discovering my neighbourhood.
I spent an afternoon in Mödling,
where I walked in weird woods,
and met a post-Easter bunny.
I visited the House of Music,
and went to the Vienna Air King contest to see some flying bikes (of which occasion some photos are yet to be shared) (
if only I could find the time).
The rest of the month was not the least blogworthy. I worked/slept it through without taking a single photo after the 11th of April. All the glamour of my life, haha.