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Cedar Waxwing near the marshy north end of Lackawanna Lake on the evening of 24 September 2012.

Simple Clicks – Olympus 75-300

Got out one evening last week with my newest lens, the Olympus m.Zuiko 75-300mm.  Back when I was getting the E-M5 I wasn’t very complimentary towards this piece…

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Review – Panasonic Leica 100-300mm

Pansonic’s 100-300mm telephoto was one of the first lenses I bought for my m4:3 system. It was the replacement to my venerable Canon 300L f/4 IS, which was…

Graceful

Swan Lake

Actually, that title should be “Swan Pond,” since these images were taken at Fords Pond, a favorite nearby location. This is the latest addition to the family of…

Interior of the greenhouse at Hillside Farms in Dallas, PA, on the afternoon of 04 August 2012.

Simple Clicks – Olympus 75mm f/1.8

Just a few odds and ends shots taken with the new Olympus 75mm f/1.8.  As I mentioned before, I’ve only had a few days to work with it,…

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Olympus M.Zuiko 75mm f/1.8

Despite being very attractive, I was on the fence about the Olympus 75mm for several weeks after it first started to become available. From all accounts it was…

Tufted Titmouse at the feeders at Paul Sevensky's house on the morning of 30 July 2012.

:facepalm:

Went out shooting with Paul yesterday morning.  When I dropped him off at his place, we spent a few minutes troubleshooting some issues with his garden, and I…

Egg Laying in Dangerous Quarters

Turtle Soup

Just before Memorial Day this year, Brent and I paid a visit to Ford’s Pond, one of our favorite places for catching some wildlife. Unfortunately, it was a…

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…

On The Hunt Again

The Eagle Has Landed (Again)

This unseasonably warm weather has had many positive effects; not the least of them is the return of at least one Bald Eagle to the Merli-Sarnoski Park. I…

Now Don't Raise A Stink!

Don’t Bug Me

As I’ve said before, I don’t have all the fancy bells and whistles when it comes to photo equipment. I make do with what I have, as most…

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All Creatures Great and Small … and in between

I don’t have the most powerful lens when it comes to wildlife – a Sigma 70-300 with OS – but I have often found that planning, patience and…

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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…