My first trip to visit waterfalls in the Upper Peninsula. Was it worth the long drive?
Ladies - need a camera bag that protects, isn't hideous and holds other essentials? I found one and recently took it to California for a week. See how it did and what I got into it!
As I said in my Elusive Wildflowers Part 9 post, I have a new camera. It's a Lumix (Panasonic) GH3. Yeah, I know they're hemorrhaging money these days, but the Lumix was the only one that would do what I want the way I want it. It's my first mirrorless camera and also my first non-Olympus.... Continue Reading →
Lots of people have done a 'what's in my camera bag' type post and have dragged every last bit of kit out of each and every nook and cranny of their bags. Kind of interesting, but out of all that stuff I'd like to know what a person really uses to create her images. I... Continue Reading →
One of the earliest lessons I learned in photography was to cultivate good field habits. That is to establish habits and routines that not only help you stay organized, but keep you from going crazy if you have a lot of gear. Accessories are the kiss of death sometimes and unless you have a way... Continue Reading →
A while back something happened to my primary hard drive that nearly gave me a heart attack. Suddenly, with no explanation I could find, my drive was no longer seen by the operating system. OMFG! Years worth of raw files, gone. Panic-stricken I researched data recovery services and found prices ranging from $800 to $1800.... Continue Reading →
Well not really, but on a photography board someone asked if aliens stole your gear (all of it) and somehow digital photography was rendered out of existence or banned or whatever (no cell phone cameras either), would you shoot film or would you give up photography? If you decided to shoot film, would you go... Continue Reading →