(ALMOST) FALL FOLIAGE On the first day of squaring my camera gave to me: More than five hundred repetitive bracketed shots of the dam over the Mumford in the middle of town. I think the camera created at least half… Read More ›
Every now and again, Garry needs a new “head shot.” Back in the old days, this was almost always a black & white head and shoulder pictures. Black and white because these were often inserted into newspapers which until lately,… Read More ›
Maybe it doesn’t matter but maybe it does.
A couple of days ago, a few people reached out to me about Olympus. They knew I am an Olympus fan, and that I own and use many of their cameras. If you haven’t heard, a press release indicated that… Read More ›
The first time I went to the Vineyard, it was my honeymoon — to my first husband and the year was 1965. I didn’t know anything about the Vineyard. I hadn’t even known it was there, but we were looking… Read More ›
If you needed a good (or better) reason to buy Leica products, other than their extraordinary high quality, here is another which has nothing to do with the quality of lenses or cameras. LEICA AND THE JEWS DURING THE HOLOCAUST… Read More ›
I got an “on sale” notice from Adorama about the Olympus OMD M1 Mark II, down from $1300 to $900. I know from long experience that if Adorama has it on sale, so does everyone else. That’s because the Mark… Read More ›
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Cameras, photographers or equipment I love taking pictures of people taking pictures and I also love taking pictures of my cameras. I still have the same cameras I’ve had for years except for a recently… Read More ›