To argue that today’s street photography is the same as pre-Internet street photography is like saying today’s fast food is the same as your grandma’s home cooking… … More Today’s Street Photography
Is it just me or does your iPad also crash every time a Microsoft app attempts to update? Seems like very fishy behavior to me since I have plenty of other large apps that don’t crash my iPad on updates. And if you uninstall the Microsoft apps, they reinstall just fine. Very fishy. I see … More Fishy Microsoft App Updates
I cut my teeth on a Nikon FM2. For those of you who don’t know, that was a workhorse of a manual only 35mm camera that only required batteries for the light meter. This is probably one of the reasons why I love my Fuji X-T1 so much, since it also has all the major controls as dials … More Camera Multiple Personalities
My favorite ARCA plate is the one designed by Peak Design, because they are the most flexible: I can use them on both PD and Black Rapid straps (as well as with PD Capture Pro Clips and any ARCA clamps) And, unlike other ARCA plates, PD plates work in both directions (slide in from the left/right or front/back). … More Modified Peak Design ARCA Plate
I got the opportunity to shoot a middle school play a short while ago. This was an excellent opportunity to test the (silent) electronic shutter* and low light performance of the Fuji X-T1. *Tungsten stage lighting did not produce any banding with the electronic shutter, and I was happy to snap away silently. This pretty much … More Fuji X-T1 (fw 4.0) – Middle School Play
I’m SOOO excited about a project that I’m working on right now, and I’m dying to tell you about it, but not all the parts are here. I will tell you that the result will be great for photographers who are challenged with shooting two cameras at events but still need to be light and nimble. Stay tuned!
I previously posted my test results from coping a slide on a DIY backlight and compared them to results from a 2002 slide copier. I have since found an old scan made with a Canoscan 8000F and did testing on a Epson Perfection V600 that has been topping the charts since 2009 (under $200 on Amazon … More DIY Slide Copier vs Commercial Copier Revisited