Monthly Archive: February 2013

Feb 23

Little Building, Big City

Every once in a while, I’ll see a subject, and I will instantly know the type of shot I want to make.  Sometimes, I’ll take some shots and get it right away…other times, the light isn’t right, or you don’t quite know how you want to go about capturing it. This is one of those …

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Feb 21

Mirrorless Battle: OM-D vs GH3 vs X-E1

This should be a fun comparison.  I have the pleasure of having three of the best mirrorless cameras around in my possession right now: a newly acquired Fuji X-E1 with 35mm f/1.4, my trusty Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the Panasonic GH3, fresh into my hands for review.  Expect full reviews of the Fuji X-E1 and Panasonic …

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Feb 20

Review: Olympus 15mm f/8 Body Cap Lens

This past fall, Olympus announced a rather interesting lens…the smallest lens yet for the Micro 4/3 system, and one of the smallest interchangeable lenses ever made.  This optic?  The 15mm f/8 body cap lens.  This tiny lens/body cap is classified by Olympus as an “accessory” rather than a true lens, and the lens doesn’t carry …

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Feb 12

A Window to Life

I’ve not had much time to shoot the past week or two, so I forced myself to find something to shoot right when I got home.  Looked around my yard and driveway for a moment, and found this little clover struggling to find a foothold on some detritus smashed into the manhole cover in my …

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Feb 08

Review: Sony DSC-RX100

Sony has been making a splash recently with its small camera offerings. While I’ve never previously been a fan of Sony’s compact digital cameras due to their horrible sensors, they’ve done some amazing things with their SLRs and later their excellent NEX line of cameras. Now Sony is finally bringing their class leading sensor technology …

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