Archive for the ‘Cameras’ Category



Lately, I’ve been toying with an idea for a photographic project. There are two reasons for this – one is resistance and the other is personal. First, the easy part – resistance. It seems that with the advent of the photography forum sharpness and camera specification have become the goal. Can your camera take perfect […]

For a long time it has been a struggle for me to find my own way to a personal style of color photography. It should be pretty straightforward, right? But it’s not. It is the straightforward part that I find troubling. It seems easy to create a B&W picture with the kind of character that […]

Two Succulents


One is from the iPhone 4 via Hipstamatic and one is from my new weatherproof Olympus E5 DSLR and ever lovely 14-35mm lens. Both are great fun.



Walking off some energy after the flight home.

In the words of Congressman Joe Barton, R-Texas,“I’m ashamed of what happened in the White House yesterday. I do not want to live in a country where anytime a citizen or a corporation that does something that is legitimately wrong is subject to some sort of political pressure which … amounts to a shakedown.” Well, […]



I’m frustrated. I feel like my photography sucks. It’s no good. There’s no point. Why bother. I don’t know if I suck, if I’m not looking carefully enough or paying close enough attention or concentrating deeply enough, or I’m in too big a hurry simply because I had a few free moments to go take […]

This Is What I Saw, January 16, 2010 Tilden Park Jewel Lake Loop and Beyond For whatever reason, I was allowed two photo walks this weekend. Thank you honey! This set is from Saturday when the weather was still nice. The walk itself was enjoyable, and I explored a new trail that led to a […]