Monthly Archive: February 2012

Feb 27

The Future of Casual Photography is Here

Today at Mobile World Congress, Nokia launched their new 808 PureView.  It’s a smartphone.  A smartphone with a 41 Megapixel camera. I know what you’re thinking.  I thought the same thing:  Those have got to be the worst 41 megapixels in existence. That’s outright absurd.  And then I looked at the images.  This thing is …

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Feb 24

Review: Olympus M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8

Introduction In June of 2011, Olympus announced two new prime lenses for the Micro 4/3 standard: the M.Zuiko 12mm f/2 and the M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8.  Today I’m going to take a closer look at the 45mm f/1.8, which I have had the pleasure of shooting with for the past few months.  It was quite refreshing …

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Feb 23

Pastel Petals

Just a quick photo.  Grabbed the camera and shot this of the flowers I got my wife for Valentine’s day last week.  Used off camera flash from behind to give a little glow.

Feb 21

I haven’t forgotten you…

I apologize for the lack of updates recently.  I have been crazy busy at work and at home, and unfortunately have had little time to dedicate to photography.  There are a few things I am working on, however…so here’s what you can look forward to in the coming weeks: Olympus M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8 Review Olympus …

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Feb 17

Finally Stopping in Firestone Alley

I’ve driven past Firestone Alley in Columbus several times before.  It’s a little street in the Arena District, just west of Huntington Park, where the Columbus Clippers, the AAA affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, play. This little place is home to the Buggy Works, a residential and office space that they built around this alley. …

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Feb 16

Night Street Photography

One thing I love about my little GX1 and my Olympus 12mm f/2, is that the combo makes for a great wide angle street shooting combination.  Even at night.  These were taken handheld at ISO 2500 and f/2.  Having a capable camera and wide, fast lens, make this kind of shooting possible, and because of …

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Feb 14

The Evening Commute

On my way home late from work today, I decided to make a bookend post.  You may recall that I posted earlier with motion shots from my car on my morning commute a while back.  Well, the vibrant lights of the city at night make for much better evening abstracts.  Here are my two favorites.

Feb 11

Weekend Project – Revisiting Florence

On winter days like today, where it’s freezing cold and there’s gray overcast skies, it’s generally not a great time to go out and shoot outside.  If you have an opportunity to go out and find some great interior spaces to shoot (or you are lucky enough to live in a place that is having …

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