• A Little Change…

    I know that I said in a recent post that I am perfectly happy with my Fujifilm X-E1 body. And, in fact, I really am. However, I have decided that I am going to upgrade to an X-E2(almost)s, instead of upgrading some of my audio gear and buying stage lighting. Image Fujifilm Corporation So, what changed my mind? First, a few improvements between the X-E1 and the original X-E2: Upgraded sensor and processor: While the resolution of the X-E2 sensor is the same as on the X-E1 — 16MP

  • Home Runs For Fujifilm!

    My local camera shop, Service Photo, hosted a Fujifilm event today, and since I have some time on my hands right now, I decided to head on over to check out Fuji’s latest and greatest offerings. I was most interested in getting a look at the X-E2s, but I also wanted to get a look at the X-Pro2 and some of the newer lenses. I was not disappointed. Fuji’s rep brought all the toys at his disposal. X-E2s The first thing I picked up once at the counter was the X-E2s. It’s

  • Of Portraits And Landscapes (Or Who Controls The Horizontal And The Vertical)

    The following is a rant. You have been warned. When I first started in photography, well, when I got my first 35mm camera, there were two ways to orient the camera. I could make tall pictures. I could make wide pictures. This opened up some artistic possibilities which were previously unavailable to me. I had been shooting medium format prior to that, and at that time, medium format cameras primarily shot square pictures. There were names for these two orientations of the camera. They were called “horizontal” and “vertical”. They were given these names

  • Boxing Day On The Boardwalk

    Late this afternoon, we headed down to the boardwalk. For such a chilly, damp night, there were a surprising number of people about. I shot with my Fuji X-E1 and Mamiya-Sekor 55mm f/1.8. Post processing in Snapseed on the iPad Air 2.

  • Merry Christmas!

    Just a few Christmas snaps with the iPhone 6s and the Moment 18 wide lens, edited in Snapseed.  Merry Christmas, to all!

  • Thanksgiving Moonrise

    Before dinner last night, we ran over to the beach to catch the moonrise over the ocean. I shot some for HDR blends, which I’ll work on sometime in the future. For now, here are a few single-exposure images…

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