Posts Tagged ‘material’

Second Shooter

April 8, 2018

Autofocus sensors right to the edge of the frame

My main DSLR, a Nikon D 800, is 4 years old and has 80000 actuations. Should I trust it to work flawlessly during this year’s photo projects (especially my son’s wedding)? Not without a backup body, no, I won’t.

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Vodcasting from the Heart of Texas

February 16, 2018
May I introduce? Texas Leica.

May I introduce? Texas Leica.

A mixed bag of topics in this post. About two weeks ago, the Fuji GW6800III arrived from Japan. (more…)

Film Fetischism

February 11, 2018
Leica bondage

Leica bondage

I realize I don’t bond with a digital camera like I do with an analog one. I even bought my M6 a decorative piece of rope yesterday …
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Old Cameras – Old Pianos

May 20, 2010

Looking Through My Calumet C-1

Looking Through My Calumet C-1


What do old cameras and old pianos have in common? (more…)

Infrared On Pd-Pt

May 10, 2010

Forsythia

Forsythia

Definitely something I will try again. An image from my last infrared series on Pd-Pt. (more…)

Kind Of Podcasting

May 21, 2009

Some adminstrativa here, and an opportunity for me to make you aware of a new feature of this site. I’ve discovered Audioboo a while ago and have been uploading a few podcasty audio segments. Here are the two most recent ones:
One about a bad (?) habit of mine:
Listen!
And one about my new lightweight approach to high resolution photography:
Listen!
The newest Audioboos will always be linked to in the sidebar of this blog.

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On Strike

May 19, 2009

Grasses Overhanging A Rock, Thuringian Forest

Grasses Overhanging A Rock, Thuringian Forest


What does a doctor do when he is on strike? And not even on call? He switches off his cellphone and goes on a long hike. At least that’s what I did yesterday. (more…)