Monthly Archive: December 2012

Dec 31

My Favorite Photos of 2012

Every year, I think it’s a good exercise for every photographer to go back through the shots they’ve taken and see what kind of a photographic year it’s been for them.  For instance, I felt 2011 to be one of the biggest years of growth in my photography since I started.  2012 was a little …

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Dec 21

It’s Winter….

Well, it’s the first day of Winter, and the first blast of wintry weather hear in central Ohio.  Cold and windy, so I only stopped for a few quick shots, but I think this captured the moment well:

Dec 13

The Photographer’s Eye

I have been sick the past few days, and last night, I had the urge to shoot a little, but I sure as heck wasn’t going anywhere.  So, I tried ‘self eye macros’, which aren’t particularly easy.  Luckily, the OM-D and 60mm macro have pretty good autofocus, so I set up my camera on a …

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Dec 11

Quick Impressions: Olympus 15mm f/8 Body Cap Lens

Earlier this year, Olympus announced one of the odder lenses for Micro 4/3.  A $49 ‘lens’ that doubles as a body cap: The 15mm f/8 Body Cap Lens  This is what you could call an ‘ultra-pancake’.  And, like it’s name implies, it’s roughly the same size as a standard Micro 4/3 body cap.  The lens …

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Dec 09

Micro 4/3 Year in Review

Well, that time is upon us. It’s nearly the end of the year, and what a year it’s been for the Micro 4/3 system and the mirrorless industry as a whole. This past year saw the rise of several new cameras, a bunch of new lenses and the overall maturity of the system as a …

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Dec 05

Out in the Gorge

I realized I never posted these, and thought I would share.  I had a little bit of time to swing by Hocking Hills State Park a few weeks ago and take a quick run through the gorge north of Old Man’s Cave.  While I normally make a yearly fall trip there for two days for …

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