Saturday, March 14, 2009

The Fear

Woken by the postman bringing me my new lense, a Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Macro which I'm happy to see, given that I'm shooting Lily Allen and hopefully La Roux tomorrow at the Academy. Am hoping having slightly faster glass will give me a bit more to work with. So far all I've done with it is have a quick roam around the garden, so it'll have to be tested live in field...

Equally scary is that the agency had a choice between a pass for London or a pass for Manchester but decided to give me the shot at it. No pressure, then.

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