Monthly Archives: January 2013

Perspectives on Film Versus Digital

These are interesting times, no question about it. A New World Order has emerged and continues to evolve as one technology eclipses another. Much of the analysis has been focused narrowly on the hardware, but in fact, it’s really only … Continue reading

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Water Power

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The Shop That Sold Dreams

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Cracks in the Sky

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Favourite Cameras: Pentax Espio 115G

As a rule, I generally don’t bother with point-and-shoot zoom cameras, preferring the simplicity and reliability of their fixed-focal-length brethren. But a couple of factors made the Pentax Espio 115G unusually appealing to me. First, the price was right: $6 … Continue reading

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Taking Flight

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Driftwood Mountain

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Lone Tree

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Midnight in America

Last summer I spent some time in Marshfield, Massachusetts. It’s a lovely seaside town, and as usual, I was never without a camera — usually carrying an Olympus Pen D, half-frame camera on this trip. There something about knowing you … Continue reading

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