San Diego Project

I had to fly out to San Diego last week to work on a project and decided to bring Sandi and Luke along with me. I can’t share any details about the project, but I did edit a handful of photos that Sandi and I took during the extra days we spent after the project wrapped up. My father was also in San Diego for work so we got to spend some time with him as well before he flies back to Thailand. We stayed in Old Town, and spent three days enjoying some time away from work right before the holidays. We took Luke to Legoland and the Sea Life Aquarium, which were actually a lot bigger and much better than I had expected. We also spent a lot of time hanging out in La Jolla and caught a couple nice sunsets as you’ll see.

We always try to pack light, so we only brought one camera/lens combo each. So, for those of you wondering, all of these were taken with either a 24 or a 50. All of my shots are taken with the Leica M10 + 24mm Summilux while Sandi’s were taken with the Canon EOS R + 50L. She basically brought the EOS R to see if spending a week with it would change her mind about it. Nope. It’s going back and she’s sticking with her 5D Mk4’s. Editing the photos, and being that I’m a fan of the previous Canon 50L, I agree with Sandi that the new one lacks character and still has fringing issues. But anyways… here’s some photos from our trip. Enjoy!

Jay Cassario

Twisted Oaks Studio