Some observations documented
2-meter chronicles continue
A very personal view times two
Learning about photography thanks to COVID-19
Backward glance, forward motion
It seems like either you or the subject, sometimes both, are in that liminal space, where something is about to happen.
The impermanent but ubiquitous tourist
Street photography: I can’t give it away
A few days with a Mamiya RZ67 I spent this past weekend shooting with a Mamiya RZ67 medium format film camera and the RZ 90mm f/3.5 lens. Using Ilford HP5+ and Delta 400, I tried a number of different subjects and shooting styles.
Workflow, software and happiness There always seems to be a lot of noise on the Internet about what is the best this (cameras and lenses) and that (photo processing software). While I do weigh in on my camera/lens preferences, I have stayed out of the software rants, I mean reviews. Many seem ill-considered and some […]
Which camera will do the job? Some thoughts on the Fujifilm X30. After a brief affair with using work DSLRs again for, well, work, I wholeheartedly returned to just using my X-cameras and XF lenses. Phew, that feels better! So, I’m much happier in my work photography using my X-T1 and X-E2 exclusively. However, this has […]