Looking east from near the top of Columbia Street down toward the Hudson River.
One of the things that I did on this trip was buy a new camera. I've wanted to upgrade to a full-frame camera for a while now, so I did. I took all of the photos from Montréal with the old camera, a Canon T3i. All the photos from the Albany portion of the trip were taken with the new camera, a Canon 6D.
A neat row of townhouses at Columbia and Chapel.
I also got myself a new lens: a fixed 24mm wide-angle. I had been using a 18-75mm zoom that came with the old camera, but it is not compatible with the 6D, so I thought I'd try a fixed wide-angle. Eventually I'll probably get a new wide zoom. My other lenses, the fixed 50mm, the 75-300mm zoom, and the 100mm macro are all compatible with the new camera. One day, if I'm lucky, I might spring for an even longer zoom. One day.
I'm getting used to the new camera slowly. Some of the buttons are in different places from where they were on the old camera, and there are new functions that I'm trying to figure out. The full-frame format also subtly changes the way the lenses see things, so there's that to get used to as well. All cameras are different and it will take me some practice to get comfortable with the new one.