Monthly Archive: September 2015

Sep 29

The Supermoon Eclipse….Fail

If you’re like most photographers, the prospect of photographing an interesting scene during this past Sunday’s supermoon eclipse was an exciting one.  Lunar eclipses make for a unique look in the night sky, and if well incorporated, extremely interesting photos can be created. Last year, I managed to create one of my favorite images of …

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Sep 08

Review: Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 R

Today I’m taking an in-depth look not at a new lens, but from a lens that’s been a staple of the Fuji X-System since the very beginning.  The XF 35mm f/1.4 R was well received among the photographic community when it was released, and I bought my copy alongside my first X-Series body, which was …

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Sep 06

The Sliding Scale of Camera Capabilities

Photography is and always has been a two-sided coin of artistic endeavors.  There’s the artistic component, from which the beauty of photographic concept is derived; where the photographers vision of the world around them is realized in a static frame.  Then there’s the technical side: the process, the equipment, the optics, the developing (which is …

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