Monthly Archives: May 2012

Seashore Yin Yang

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Blue and White

This photo shows the smoke stack (is that what it’s called?) of the B.C. Ferry, Spirit of British Columbia, set against a beautiful blue morning sky. After I developed the film and scanned this shot, I thought to myself, hmmm … Continue reading

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Starlight and Sandstone

The starlight in this case is from the Sun, fragmented into tiny glints by water next to a sandstone shore. I like how the simple, two-blade aperture of the 35RC gives each bright little “star” four diffraction spikes. Can you … Continue reading

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Avoiding Gear Acquisition Syndrome (GAS)

GAS is nasty business. It’s a close cousin to hoarding and, like that malady, it’s not only a terrible resource drain, but also a distraction that derails your intentions. Fixating on gear instead of the creative process distorts your perception … Continue reading

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