We haven’t had much snow in the last few years in the midwest, and winter sunrises are typically bland, but a few weeks ago, I left for work with this view. The snow really did a nice job of adding texture to the dark sunrise landscape and reflecting some of the color. Here is what … More Snowy sunrise
Oh. How I despise those words. Why? Let me backtrack first. I’ve photographed my kid’s soccer teams for many years now. It’s fun and challenging and keeps me active during the game, but there is one question that I get asked every year when a kid makes a goal. In an age of instant replay, people think photos … More Did you get that [soccer goal]?
While at a cross country for our older daughter, a parent shouted “what is that!” and pointed at the sky. It turned out to be a (Monarch) butterfly. “It’s HUGE!” she exclaimed. I don’t think it was particularly large (the laughter from people around me affirmed this), but I shot it anyway as something to … More Objects in the sky
Fuji just released the X100F this week. Some of the new features and updates address issues that I wrote about in my previous post DSLR user tries the X100T, so I updated the post.
I just stumbled upon these old photos of wands that I made for my daughters and thought that I would share how I did it and what I learned (so maybe making yours would go easier). FYI I am not the originator of this method. My girls really liked Hermione which is good because her wand … More DIY Hermione’s Wand
I updated my original Fuji models page to include the new models released in the last year or so. https://happyphotodad.wordpress.com/2015/08/14/fuji-x-series/
I like the look of my silver X100T, but it has suffered its first silver paint damage. I store the camera in a long lens bag inside my computer bag with the left edge resting on top of a fabric battery case. Unfortunately, the silver paint was not durable enough against the fabric. A tiny bit … More Using a Silver Sharpie to Repair a Silver X100T