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Artifacts belonging to the Binghamton Township Historical Society, photographed for use in the "Featured Artifact" section of the BTHS website.

How I almost skunked myself (and technology saved me)

It’s too damn hot, even for photography, and has been for the past week.  A real heat wave that’s reduced most of us to hanging around the A/C…

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review: Conclusion

After shooting with the EM-5 for over a month now, I can sum up my whole experience this simply: I don’t miss my Canon gear. I don’t miss…

Sara Tomkins models at McDade Park in Scranton, PA, on the evening of 10 June 2012.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review: Portraiture

Alright, so after an embarassing couple of weeks filled with delays, we’re back on track to finally finish up this never-ending review series! So let’s talk portraiture. I…

Water lily blossoms at Hillside Farms on the morning of 02 June 2012.

OM-D E-M5 Review Status

My review series of the Olympus E-M5 has gone somewhat off track these past couple of weeks, and for that I want to apologize. This is just a…

Simple Clicks – Bald Eagle (and the power of post-processing)

Just a simple click here, and it’s more about the performance of the Olympus E-M5 than about the Eagle itself.  I shot this several weeks back and sort…

Twilight across the fields by the Keystone College Observatory near Fleetville, PA, on the evening of 11 May 2012.

Simple Clicks – Twilight Fields

Just a pair of HDR landscapes shot at sunset/early twilight with the kit lens. Both images are composed of a three-stop series, merged and processed in Photoshop. I…

Astro-landscapes taken at the Keystone College Observatory near Fleetville, PA,

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review: Astrophotography

This wasn’t one of the planned reviews, but after spending several hours shooting the night sky on Friday, I knew that I had to change the plan a…

Killdeer at Abington Area Community Park on the afternoon of 27 April 2012.

Simple Clicks – Assorted Nature

As I wrap up the outdoor and wildlife segments of my E-M5 review, I have a few photos left that didn’t make it onto the blog yet, but…

Canada Geese at Archbald Regional Park on the morning of 29 April 2012.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review: Wildlife

While portrait and commercial shooting is my professional niche, wildlife photography is my personal addiction. The challenge of finding critters, of learning their habits and behaviors, and then…

Kennedy Creek at Lackawanna State Park on the evening of 06 May 2012.

Simple Clicks – Low Angles

Making good use of the EM-5’s tilt screen on my last outing.  I’ll admit, I was not a fan of tilt screens when they first appeared, especially ones…

Panorama of Fords Pond on the morning of 28 April 2012.

m4:3 Panoramas

Took a moment during last Saturday morning’s outing to shoot several series of images for panoramas up at Fords Pond.  This was my first opportunity shooting a pano…

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review: Studio Work (static)

Although the majority of my personal work takes place outdoors, my professional ventures are split about 70/30, with the smaller portion taking place in an indoor studio setting,…