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January 2, 2018
Canon F-1 New, AE viewfinder, winder, Canon FD 85 mm f/1.2

Canon F-1 New, AE viewfinder, winder, Canon FD 85 mm f/1.2

Photographing on 35 mm film again in 2018.

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Bling and Share

December 16, 2017
The Fuji grew some bling

The Fuji grew some bling

A vented lens hood, a Thumbs-up thumb rest and a red soft release. Trying to improve the Fujifilm X100F here. The lens hood is an optical improvement, no question, and, being vented and tapered, doesn’t impinge on the optical viewfinder image so much. The other two need more explanation. (more…)

Silver Times Again

December 9, 2017

From here ...

From here …


... to there ...

… to there …


… using the Halide camera app on your iPhone to shoot RAW.
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Processing Fujifilm X100F RAF Files with Apple Aperture 3.6

November 12, 2017
Fujifilm X100F

Fujifilm X100F

When I got a Fujifilm X100F, I hit a snag in my rather outdated image processing workflow.
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Parents, Talk To Your Kids About Linux

March 20, 2016

cautionary

I copped the tag line from this xkcd comic. By the way, the whole website and everything Randall Munroe does comes wholly recommended. The last few days, when I’ve not been working or riding my motorbike, I’ve not been heeding his advice: (more…)

It isn’t the camera

February 18, 2016
Lil' pug-nosed Rebel

Lil’ pug-nosed Rebel

I’ve known this type of Canon DSLR for years and years. Their base offering with an APS-C sized sensor. Goes by the name of Digital Rebel as well. Has continuously been updated, now comes with a 18 megapixel CMOS sensor that has gotten quite good.
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Canola Field

May 10, 2014

Canola Field

Nikon D3200 with a AF-S Nikkor 70 – 200 mm f/2.8 VR II

Swan Rising

February 3, 2013

Swan Rising

Swan Rising

Think Different!

May 25, 2012

Turning a Slogan on it's Head

Turning a Slogan on it’s Head


Just to set the record straight: I know this is wrong usage and the second word should be adverbial. „-ly“, you know. Apple (more…)

Fine Art

June 15, 2011

whattheduck.net
He’s got a point …