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If I could only use one lens…

…it’d be the Panasonic Leica 25mm f/1.4.  Of course statements like that are kind of stupid, since no one lens is going to be perfect in every single…

BRENT PENNINGTON Killdeer at Archbald Regional Park on the morning of 31 March 2013.

Spring birding with the Olympus 75-300mm

It’s taken six months, but I’ve finally been able to take the Olympus m.Zuiko 75-300mm into the field for some solid birding work. It’s the first good evaluation…

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Looking back at 2012: the year in review

2012 is over, over a week past us now, and we’re back online here. Which means it’s time to begin the retrospective, take a look back across this…

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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…

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…

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Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review: General Shooting

This is probably the toughest of the reviews to write, just because I want to cover a number of different points. You can probably think of this one…

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…

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Review – Canon 70-200L f/4 IS

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a gear review, mostly because my rate of gear acquisition has slowed dramatically since the spring. The reason is simple; I’ve…

Best of 2010

Now that 2010 is over, it’s time for that annual looking-back, the year-in-review, just to remember the good moments and see how far we’ve come.  For me, 2010…

Rethinking Live View

Certain features are quick to catch my negative attention when released. Anyone who has followed me on here has probably noticed this. The list isn’t huge, but it…

Canon 17-35mm L – Review

If camera gear is truly addictive, then I’m an addict.  I find that it’s hard to be satisfied with a lens – it seems that there’s always a…

Canon EF 70-210mm f/4 – Review

The lens bug is still with me, and the latest acquisition is another golden oldie, the Canon 70-210mm f/4 telephoto.  This was one of the first EF fast…