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Having not taken any editorial images since last March (2020), I'm eager to go, but the majority of images of people will have at least one mask in the scene. And buildings tend to include a sign of some kind regarding covid precautions. This temporary blotch on editorial images is making it hard, I'm sure for all. These 'covid' shots will be worthless in a few months or a year. My whine for the day. Michael
The reason I ask is that I find myself taking more and more photos of plants and gardens and am less inclined to venture into busyish urban areas for obvious reasons (the reward is not worth the risk IMO). What has been your fallback focus if you can no longer snap what comes naturally to you? As an aside to this, I need to invest in a Macro lens for my Nikon D7100 to get crisper focus on plants etc - any recommendations?
I just heard about Anthony Causi, a sport photographer who died on Sunday. 😔 https://nypost.com/2020/04/12/anthony-causi-beloved-post-sports-photographer-dies-of-coronavirus-at-48/