I’m not someone who likes to stick to the status quo when it comes to photography — I prefer to see if there are some ways to improve something, so, as my daughter’s cross country races are approaching, I started preparing for carrying all the equipment for the job. In this case, since I quit my Canon 7D … More Preparing to Shoot Cross Country
FYI If anyone is considering getting those inexpensive titanium key rings that I see tons of on eBay, keep in mind that since those ends are not recessed, those edges are dang sharp!
For years, I used DSLRs to shoot everything from sports, events and creative photography, but the size of the cameras were creating a problem as I got older, so I researched and switched to a Fujifilm X-T1 and X-E2. This has worked well — so well that I wondered what it would be like to try … More DSLR User Tries the Fujifilm X100T
The spot where you attach the “strap clips” or keychain split rings to a Fuji camera body — Fuji calls them strap eyelets. I call them attachment points. You say tomato. I say tomato.* I recently noticed that some users thread their Peak Design Anchors through just the attachment points. I wondered how they did this as the … More Enlarging the Fujifilm Strap Eyelets
When I researched the Fuji X100 series, I noticed a surprisingly number of self portraits of right-eye shooters looking through their rangefinder cameras with both eyes open. Looks like an interesting self portrait, and users promote that it helps you connect with your subjects, but it just isn’t practical. Unlike looking through a 50mm lens on a … More Fuji X100 – Shooting with Both Eyes Open
I recently converted an old stereoscopic slide to be viewed on computers. This had lackluster results compared to the amazing view you had looking at the old slides through an old stereoscopic viewer. Then I wondered if there was a modern equivalent which got me into researching Google Cardboard which uses the same technique as the old … More View-Master Virtual Reality Viewer
I’m taking a little break while I mend from whatever a tick gave me. A round of antibiotics helped, but I may need a 2nd round. Before the tick bite, I had about half a dozen posts nearly done and about another half dozen ready to be written, but with the poorer sleep that I … More Tick Bite