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  • Common Ground Roots Music Festival 2014

    Our weekend was spent at the Common Ground Roots Music Festival listening to lots of great music and visiting with some of the people Donna met during her Common Ground classes a couple weeks ago. It was a great weekend. For me, the musical highlights were Professor Louie & the Crowmatix, New Riders of the Purple Sage and Réveillons!, but all the performances were outstanding. We missed seeing Guy Davis, who we saw at the Northeast Blues Festival in Rockport, ME, a few years back. Of course, I did take a few snapshots…

  • Eastern Shore Weekend

    We spent this past weekend on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Saturday was spent on the upper shore, in and around Easton and Oxford, and on the road to Berlin (near Ocean City); Sunday we went over to Assateague, where we spent some time in the National Park (we took the opportunity to re-up our annual parks pass). I haven’t had a lot of time to work on the images, so they’re presented here “straight.” I’ll select a few to work on in OnOne Perfect Effects and post them over the next few days. We spent most of Saturday

  • The End Of November…

    A few shots from today’s visit to Chincoteague National Seashore and Chincoteague, VA. Images shot with a Fujifilm X10 or Sony Alpha SLT-A35. All processing in Photoshop Lightroom 5.2. I went back-and-forth between the Sony and Fuji cameras today. I kept finding the Sony to be frustrating — almost to the point of distraction. In the end, I used a couple more pictures from the Sony, more because of compositions than anything else.

  • Tom, The Fujifilm X-E1, And A Dollar Bill

    Yesterday at the Maryland Renaissance Festival, I chanced to meet Tom, who was shooting with the Fujifilm X-E1. We chatted for a while, and I learned that he is one of a growing number of photographers who have sold off their DSLR gear in favor of the Fujifilm X-system. As you can see, Tom’s a pretty happy guy. We also talked a little bit about the differences between the X-Pro1 and the X-E1, the biggest of which are the viewfinder and LCD screen. The X-Pro1 has a unique feature that allows switching between an old-style optical

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