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On the nature of evolving technology

Had an interesting conversation with Paul the other day, while we were wandering the park in search of photos. I was telling him about the Olympus OM-D and…

New "M-Fn" button on Canon 7D

How I (really) use my camera

Over the past week, a number of different ideas, sources, and comments have been rattling around my brain before finally coalescing into a single, hopefully coherent thought. This…

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Odds and Ends

“Beware the ides of March!” Okay, so that advice didn’t do Caesar much good, but I think it’s because the advice was too limiting. In my experience, it…

Magic of Photos

The Magic of Photos

I was cleaning out old files a couple of weeks ago and found some old photos – the effect they had on me was a little surprising.  It…

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Some Mixed Thoughts

Time for one of “those” posts again, where I share a random mix of photos and ideas that have caught my attention over the past few weeks. As…

A clear morning shortly after sunrise at the West Rutland Marsh, with fog still lingering in the valley. 02 July 2011

Best of 2011

Another year has passed, another trip around the sun, and another few thousand photos taken.  It’d be cliche to make any grand, sweeping statements about the year; there…

Trial shot of Lauren during her 2nd senior session, 06 November 2011.

Inspiration File

I am an inveterate net surfer when it comes to photography. Blogs, news feeds, forums, Flickr, magazines – they’re all fair game, so long as the photos are…

Some thoughts on Hurricane Lee & my reaction

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, made the news last week when Hurricane Lee strolled across Northeastern PA and the Southern Tier of New York, dropping enough rain to make us think…

Mixed bag of links

The heat is finally breaking here, but it’s still been far, far too many days since I last had a camera in my hand.  Frankly, it’s driving me…

Abstract Marsh Water

With a post title like that, it’s got to be good, right?  Abstract marsh water sounds like it may be an oxymoron, or maybe a bad drink at…

Time at the Lake

For years I’ve always felt that time on the water was a soothing thing, good for mending yourself mentally after whatever blows life delivers.  But that’s mostly when…

Wyoming Valley Airport Fly-in

In the past decade, the wonderful tradition of airport fly-ins has become almost mythological, fading out of the world.  It’s a shame, one that saddens me personally, because…