(featured image: My Nexus 6P in armor case by Poetic.) Hey. It’s Friday. Maybe you’ll find yourself out walking around in this spring-like weather and get the urge to snap some photos on your phone. Here’s a tour of some of the apps I enjoy on my Nexus 6P, the spiritual sequel to my Android Photography post from… Read More »
I’ve been meaning to write a post about how I make my night sky photographs for awhile now. With the Perseids moving through our orbit, this seems like a good opportunity to write about how to shoot them, weather-permitting, of course. I’m writing this from the perspective of using a mirrorless camera system like the Olympus OM-Ds, but… Read More »
Warning: Navel-gazing ahead. Feel free to skip straight to the pictures. 2015 was a fun year for me, photographically-speaking. I was lucky enough to travel to two (2!) places in the country I’ve never been to: Cape Breton and Newfoundland. I lived in Cape Breton briefly as a very young kid and went on a trip with family… Read More »
Hiya. Just a quick promo blurb for those out and about in Toronto’s West End this afternoon. Deb‘s all set-up in the Parchment Moon booth at the Trinity Bellwoods Flea in the Studio Bar at 824 Dundas St. West. There’ll be tunes and a bar and lots of stuff to see. Check it out. Deb has a bunch… Read More »
And by “resolution”, I mean, I am making the resolution to take more pictures with this camera in 2015. See what I just did? I like cameras. Cameras have always had a special place in my heart. Designed to be held in your hand, a good camera feels like it belongs there. As an imaging instrument, they capture… Read More »
Metabones and optics company Caldwell Photographics have jointly announced the ‘Speed Booster’, a lens adapter for for mounting SLR lenses on APS-C and Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras that reduces the focal length by a factor of 0.71x and increases the maximum aperture by 1 stop. Metabones announces ‘Speed Booster’ lens adapter for mirrorless cameras: Digital Photography Review.… Read More »
Testing out a link to flickr.