life through a viewfinder

Midnight Breakfast

Posted in Uncategorized by Emily on December 11, 2007

WordPress is being hateful, so here is my second attempt at uploading these photos.

Last night was UK’s annual Midnight Crunch Brunch, and Brad had a bunch of us go photog it. It was fun, but I’m still learning about focusing with this new lens. I take a lot of back-focused or out of focused frames, and I’d really like to stop that.

Nancy Stephens, assistant director of the Office of New Student and Parent Programs, waits to hand out shirts to the first students to come through the door.


Volunteers came from all around the university to serve students breakfast.


Just after nine, the line to get in was so long that it looped around past the front door. Kate Johnson, a graduate assistant at the Center for Academic and Tutorial Services (CATS), made sure that the line stayed separated.



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  1. lenscapremoved said, on December 11, 2007 at 5:49 pm

    Back focused problem? Are you back button focusing or using the shutter button? Try switching your focus to back button.

    In my opinion, the shutter is meant to take a picture, and that’s it.

  2. toppcat0509 said, on December 11, 2007 at 6:25 pm

    Yay! I had a lot of fun last night taking pictures, but I like yours better than mine… I really like the one in the hallway

  3. emicoo said, on December 11, 2007 at 9:15 pm

    Everyone says “use the back button” but I don’t see where that’s working. Help? ;_;

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