It's usually not acceptable to take photos at a performance like this (at least during the performance), so I decided not to try and shoot during the event at all. Instead, I took photos at the end of the day when we were all picnicking before catching a ferry back to Boston. Last summer, I contributed to a Kickstarter campaign to reproduce an 1840s portrait lens designed by Joseph Petzval, but modified to work on modern DSLR cameras. I've discussed the original lens design in a previous post, but I wanted to share some of the images I took with my modern one!
|exploring Fort Warren|
|getting prepped before the performance|
For more information about my modern Petzval lens by Lomography, you can check out the lens website.