I like the Metro Case for my X100T. For me, it make the small camera fit in my large hands better, but I already had a large grip for my X-T1 and didn’t need another one. Then, I noticed that the Metro Case for X-T1 was on sale. Nice! First of all, I like keeping my … More Metro Case for Fujifilm X-T1
A while back, I purchased two battery pouches for my Fujifilm cameras. They have worked marvelously for several months, so I thought that I would purchase a third pouch. Unfortunately, I did not get the same thing. The eBay listing, once again, used the same image as before. Previously, this got me a long pouch which … More Battery pouch for Fujifilm batteries
Someone asked me a question about a particular camera backpack. About 3 years ago (2014), before I started this blog, I did some extensive research on backpacks. I can imagine that there have been a few new models since 2014, but I have not kept up with current backpacks since I did not need any … More Research on camera backpacks
How often have you read or heard someone say that shooting film changed them as a photographer? As a former psychology (and sociology) student (back in the day 😛 ), I find this statement interesting, because at its core it says: “Doing something different made me change.” or “Walking in someone else’s shoes changed my view of … More Does shooting film change you as a photographer?
I recently started shooting star time-lapses out of my kitchen window. Being near the city, I thought that we would have too much light pollution, but they actually look pretty good if shot correctly. Then I thought, could I use these time-lapses for star trail photos? And could this be done easily and cheaply? The … More StarStaX
Don’t forget… … More Fuji time-lapses: Final thoughts
I posted yet more photos and info to my Adaptor 41 and 46 review.