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2017 Camera News · Here­with some re­portage on the most in­ter­est­ing cam­eras in the world, with opin­ions to pro­voke er en­ter­tain peo­ple who are up on this stuff, and a ba­sic sur­vey of the land­scape for peo­ple who like pic­tures and won­der about cam­eras ...
 
Wrong About Cameras · Today’s Wrong­ness Ex­hib­it is iPhone 7 vs Le­ica M9-P: A Side-by-Side Pho­to Com­par­i­son by Michael Zhang, which demon­strates  —  any fool can plain­ly see, look at the pho­tos  —  that an iPhone 7 takes pic­tures just as well as a $9K Le­ica com­bo ...
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Lightroom, Mobile, Nexus · In which I re­port on us­ing the Nexus 5X in RAW mod­e, with the help of Adobe Light­room, and on work­flows for mo­bile pho­togs. With il­lus­tra­tions from Vancouver’s Light­house Park ...
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Zoom! Zoom! · In re­cent days I’ve bought two new Fu­ji­film lens­es. The choic­es weren’t easy and I’m far from con­vinced I did the right thing. Have a look and see what you think ...
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Catching Faces · Point-and-shoot cam­eras ad­ver­tise “Face Recognition”, a cheap trick that a Se­ri­ous Pho­tog­ra­pher us­ing a Real Cam­era with a Fast Prime Lens would nev­er go near. Oh, wait ...
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CL XXX: Lensing · The great thing about interchangeable-lens cam­eras is well, in­ter­chang­ing lens­es. In par­tic­u­lar while kick­ing back in Cottage-life mod­e ...
 
More Funky-lens fun · I pre­vi­ous­ly wrote about stick­ing a groovy 100mm F/2.8 tele/­macro Pen­tax lens on my Fu­ji­film X-T1; here are a few left­over pic­tures with no uni­fy­ing the­me, but they’re pret­ty ...
 
Camera Combo Fun · What hap­pened was, I got an adapter and slapped a Pen­tax 100mm Telephoto-Macro on my Fu­ji­film X-T1, and had a ridicu­lous amount of fun. Here­with pic­tures of an iris, a dancer, and a mus­cle car; and of course the baroque cam­er­a/lens com­bo. But there are things to watch out for.
[Up­date: The lens adapter did not break, I was just us­ing it wrong.]
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iPad Photography · My Mom is vis­it­ing and I’ve been tak­ing ad­van­tage of my un­em­ploy­ment to tour her around some of Vancouver’s tourist spot­s. Where you find tourist­s, tak­ing pic­tures. With ev­ery­thing from fan­cy high-end cam­eras to iPad­s. Yes, peo­ple do use tablets as cam­eras. But... on­ly wom­en ...
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New Fujifilm · I just picked up a new Fu­ji­film X-T1. It’s about the most-reviewed cam­era in re­cent his­to­ry and there’s very lit­tle I can add to that tsuna­mi of word­s; so this is short ...
 
N5-Cam VII: Long Train Ride · On March 1st I went from Barcelona to Lon­don by train. It was amus­ing and re­lax­ing; If you can spare a day and some mon­ey, I rec­om­mend it ...
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N5-cam VI: Spanish Vistas · Since phonecams have fo­cal lengths that are fixed and low, they ought to be cred­i­ble pocket-cam re­place­ments for wide-angle shot­s. But you have to wor­ry whether they can han­dle massed de­tail­s. Let’s see ...
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N5-cam V: Barcelona Subway · I of­fer fur­ther re­search on the hy­poth­e­sis that a de­cent mod­ern phonecam (in this case a Nexus 5) means you don’t need a good pock­et cam any more. In par­tic­u­lar, how about “street” pho­tog­ra­phy? Where by “street” I mean un­der the street not on it and col­or not B&W. Street is said to re­quire dis­cre­tion, re­spon­sive­ness, and sub­tle tonal vari­a­tion­s. Here’s the ev­i­dence ...
 
N5-cam IV: Lying Flowers · It’s tra­di­tion­al at this time of year that I run close-ups of the first few cro­cus­es, ear­li­est harbingers of spring. Hah! Another chance to test out the propo­si­tion that mobile-device cams mean you don’t need a se­ri­ous cam­era any more ...
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Parading · The na­tions that mat­ter are those that ex­port cul­ture; Chi­na is one of those. Par­tic­u­lar­ly this time of year and around the Pa­cif­ic Rim; be­cause it’s Chi­nese New Year. On Sun­day, I marched in the big Van­cou­ver pa­rade ...
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Hot Mirrorless Fun · The gold­en age of pho­tog­ra­phy con­tin­ues; now the mir­ror­less­es have banged through the sa­loon doors, look­ing for a throw­down with the SLRs. It’s fun! To­day I have loads of links, some to un­miss­able pic­ture gal­leries (not mine) and a por­trait of Fu­ji­film buy­er paral­y­sis ...
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N5-cam IV: Brighter Bridges · In the pre­vi­ous out­ings in this se­ries, I’ve been tor­tur­ing the poor lit­tle cam­era in my Nexus 5 with ex­treme low light, and I sup­pose it de­serves bet­ter ...
 
N5-cam III: Toronto by Night · I vis­it­ed my broth­er in Toron­to and we went out to drink & talk & eat on a cold evening; I didn’t take an ac­tu­al camera-as-such, but that didn’t keep good pic­tures from ar­riv­ing in front of me, so I snapped away with the Nexus 5. Thus, an­oth­er test of the hy­poth­e­sis that a mo­bile­cam can re­place a “serious” pock­et­cam ...
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N5-cam II: Scrubbing Up · In my last N5-cam out­ing, Low Light, I sug­gest­ed con­tra­dic­to­ry things. First, that I was go­ing to in­ves­ti­gate us­ing this as a se­ri­ous pock­et cam­er­a, and sec­ond, that since this is Just A Phone, there’s no need for post­pro­cess­ing ...
 
N5-cam I: Low Light · I hear that pock­et cams are over be­cause phonecams have eat­en that space; so let’s see if my Nexus 5 can con­vince me one way or an­oth­er ...
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Tab Sweep: Hallowe’en · Well in­to Q3 and au­tum­n, and my SAD is al­ready stir­ring in the back cor­ner of my brain. But any sea­son is Har­vest sea­son on the We­b ...
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Things About the X-E1 · Seven months ago I got an X-E1, a prod­uct of Fu­ji­film, who an­nounced the X-E2 to­day; an oc­ca­sion for go­ing a lit­tle deep­er on my time with the cam­er­a. With a dozen pic­tures ...
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Main Street Photo Fun · In which I take some or­di­nary street shots and over­pro­cess them for fun ...
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Sony RX100 II · I lost my much-beloved Canon S100 by leav­ing it on an air­plane  —  how stupid is that?  —  so I got the new RX100 II (Sony, DPR, Ama­zon); al­so called the M2 in places in­clud­ing its photos’ EXIF data, but “II” seems more of­fi­cial ...
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Good Raw Files · I’ve been switch­ing back and forth quite a bit be­tween my two “serious” cam­eras, the Pen­tax K-5 (ex­cel­lent late-2010 tech) and the Fu­ji­film X-E1 (same, late-2012). They both have im­por­tant virtues, but I’m start­ing to think the most im­por­tant dif­fer­ence is raw-file qual­i­ty. I have an ex­am­ple ...
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Cameraccessories · Words and pic­tures about add-ons, specif­i­cal­ly the Lu­ma Cinch (a new thing) and the He­lios 44m-4 58mm f/2 lens (a very old thing) ...
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3 Camera Reviews · It’s a won­der­ful time in the cam­era biz, with new de­vice fla­vors grab­bing mar­ket share all over the place. I’ve made my bet on the Fu­ji­film X se­ries, so let’s start with a 2-parter over at The On­line Pho­tog­ra­pher, Fu­ji X-E1: The Keep­er (Part I) and Part II. There’s not that much new in­for­ma­tion here, but it’s fun piece to read ...
 
Tropical Mirrorless Research · I claim that watch­ing peo­ple pho­to­graph the Big Is­land is ef­fec­tive camera-futures re­search; and cam­era fu­tures are in­ter­est­ing now. So here’s some re­search. Oh, and Big Is­land pho­to­s ...
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Fujifilm X-E1 · What hap­pened was, this month in­cludes trips to Tokyo and the Big Is­land. And late­ly I’ve been read­ing about cam­eras full of shiny new ideas. So I de­cid­ed to in­dulge my­self; here are way too many words about the state of cam­eras in gen­er­al and in par­tic­u­lar the one I bought ...
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Square Pictures · I like square pho­tographs and wish my cam­era shot that way. Re­cent­ly there’s been a flur­ry of good on­line talk about pic­ture shapes ...
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Big Camera Tradeoffs · Th­ese days, for a pho­tog­ra­pher who cares, a “medium format” cam­era is be­com­ing a se­ri­ous op­tion. This is some­thing that, while large, you can still fit in your hand, but has a huge sen­sor and gives you gobs and gobs of megapix­el­s. Ex­am­ples would be the Le­ica S2 and the Pen­tax 645D. Th­ese cam­eras are beau­ti­ful, ob­jects of de­sire, but re­al­ly I’m not tempt­ed ...
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Canon S90 · I must say I’ve en­joyed hav­ing this lit­tle black goober in my pock­et. Here­with some words and pic­tures ...
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Canon S90 · My Ri­coh GX-100 was slow, frag­ile, and sub­ject to highlight-blowout, but still took pret­ty good pic­tures. It died the oth­er day, and I’m just not hap­py with­out a cam­era in my pock­et, so I ran out and grabbed my­self this cute lit­tle “PowerShot”, for prac­ti­cal and sen­ti­men­tal rea­son­s. Here­with some early-experience notes ...
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Afterglow · “All is qui­et on New Year's Day” the song says. Al­so wet dark and cold in Van­cou­ver start­ing around 4PM, this time of year. But my camera’s mar­ket­ing lit­er­a­ture says it’s wa­ter­proof, so I went out to lis­ten to gui­tar so­los in my head and shoot wet light­s ...
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On Low Light · Right now cam­era tech is mov­ing fast and it’s fun to work with, whether it’s your hob­by or av­o­ca­tion or pro­fes­sion. The big deal, of course is the ar­rival of the first of the long-awaited DMD (De­ci­sive Mo­ment Dig­i­tal) cam­eras. The de­sire that drives it al­l, most­ly, is for cam­eras that do more with less; specif­i­cal­ly, less light. We’re get­ting them, which is good, but I have one mi­nor re­gret ...
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Lenses · I got a big chuck­le out of What Type of Pho­tog­ra­pher Are You? by Gor­don Lewis (AKA Shut­terfin­ger). He chron­i­cles a few com­mon lens-related patholo­gies ob­served among pho­tog­ra­pher­s. Which made me re­alise that I’ve re­al­ly been en­joy­ing tak­ing pic­tures re­cent­ly. The cur­rent se­lec­tion of lens­es meets my needs and fits in a pret­ty small camera-bag; I don’t feel the need for any more. So I thought I’d share my cur­rent in­ven­to­ry, with a slide-show high­light­ing what each can do. Some­one might find it use­ful, and it might pro­voke some re­al pho­tog­ra­phers to tell their sto­ries, which I’d sure find in­ter­est­ing ...
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21mm Fight Dance · I had two ten-year-old boys with me; they said “Fight dancing!” Real­ly it was Capoeira, some­where be­tween a mar­tial art and dance for­m, in­vent­ed by African slaves in Brazil. There are a cou­ple of sto­ries but let’s start with the pic­ture ...
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Junepix 6: Lens and Branch · This one is a pret­ty but I think un­re­mark­able pho­to­graph of a Dou­glas Fir branch against a clear blue sky; of par­tic­u­lar in­ter­est to pho­tog­ra­phers who wor­ry about depth-of-field and bokeh ...
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Tokina SL-400 f5.6 · What hap­pened was, over at the cot­tage I re­cent­ly failed to get de­cent pic­tures of both a hum­ming­bird about 20 feet away and an in­ter­est­ing boat maybe 500m out. I con­clud­ed that I need­ed a big­ger lens. I checked out the prices of mod­ern really-big Pen­tax tele­pho­tos (zoom and prime) and they made me shud­der, giv­en the very-occasional-use con­tex­t. So I went hunt­ing on eBay, and this is what I came up with ...
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Lensing · On Box­ing Day I picked up Pentax’s DA* 50-135mm F2.8 zoom; here­with a pic­ture and some notes; plus a super-ultra-hardcore lens-otaku link ...
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Cameras Small and Large · There’s been lots of in­ter­est­ing for­ward mo­tion in the photo-products space re­cent­ly. I thought I’d sum­ma­rize for the fairly-small set of read­ers who care about cam­eras and such, but aren’t ob­ses­sive enough to fol­low the dai­ly news them­selves. Al­so, I’ve tossed in some pret­ty win­ter­dusk stud­ies. Wel­l, dark­ly pret­ty ...
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Get In Focus · Re­cent­ly, the fac­tor most lim­it­ing the qual­i­ty of the pic­tures I take has been fo­cus. When you shoot a few hun­dred pic­tures, a few will al­ways con­sti­tute fo­cus fail­ures, but my fail ra­tio has been too high re­cent­ly. I’ve thought about it and there are a few things wrong with my ap­proach, but I thought I’d re­as­sure my­self that my cam­era and lens­es were play­ing nice with each oth­er ...
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Video? I Doubt It · Canon’s much-ballyhooed but not uni­ver­sal­ly wel­comed 5D Mark II al­so (and this is a new thing for SLRs) op­er­ates as a high-def video­cam. There are two videos linked from The On­line Pho­tog­ra­pher and they are mind-bogglingly, jaw-droppingly beau­ti­ful. But it won’t work for you. The pic­tures you take with this cam­era will al­most cer­tain­ly look great with lit­tle ef­fort, while your videos will re­quire huge ef­fort and prob­a­bly still end up lousy.
[Up­date: The com­ments, af­ter on­ly a few hours, are out­stand­ing, full of eru­di­tion and com­mon sense. Check ’em out­.]
[Al­so: See Tim O’Brien’s two-parter in re­spon­se: Get­ting Start­ed with Video and Part 2: Steady Shoot­ing.]
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On Megapixels · Sup­pose you’re in­ter­est­ed in buy­ing a cam­er­a. If you look at the ads and re­views, the first thing you see right be­side ev­ery sin­gle one is its megapix­el coun­t. The cam­era mak­ers want you to think that more is al­ways bet­ter, which is wrong. But the com­mu­ni­ty buzz is start­ing to be “more is worse”, which isn’t re­al­ly right, ei­ther ...
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Cottage Life I: Logs · I think that life in gen­er­al and this space in par­tic­u­lar would ben­e­fit from more of an out­door fla­vor; words and pic­tures root­ed in Na­ture. Our re­cent ac­qui­si­tion of a piece of Keats Is­land, should make this eas­ier. Wel­come to Cot­tage Life. Any piece of Pa­cif­ic North­west wa­ter­front is go­ing to in­clude a lot of logs ...
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Nice Camera Bag · I’ve been car­ry­ing cam­eras around for a while in a bag that I hat­ed; awk­ward to open, awk­ward to get in­to, ug­ly, big out­side and small in­sid­e. So the oth­er day I picked up this lit­tle can­vas National-Geographic-branded bag made by Bo­gen Imag­ing, mod­el NG-2343 ...
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Nice Ugly New Camera · A few weeks back, I bought a Pen­tax K20D and now that I’ve tak­en 500+ pic­tures with it, I sup­pose I should say a few word­s. To il­lus­trate, pho­tographs of garbage ...
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Photo Notes · Re­marks from the pho­to world, in­ter­spersed with up­lift­ing Hawai’i snap­shot­s. It’s about emo­tion, not just tech­nol­o­gy ...
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Camera Blues · I’ve bought two new cam­eras in the last month and they’re giv­ing me trou­ble. If you’re think­ing about one of the new Pen­tax­es, or one of those nifty lit­tle Ri­cohs, maybe you ought to read this.
[Up­date: The soft­ware caught up­.]
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Service in 2008 · What hap­pened was, I want­ed to buy a Ri­coh GX00 and, in North Amer­i­ca, there’s on­ly one place to do that: Ado­ra­ma (got­ta love that name), a New York cam­era store with on­line pre­ten­sion­s. It didn’t work out well, but while we don’t know yet if the sto­ry has a hap­py end­ing, it cer­tain­ly has a sil­ver lin­ing ...
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Compact Camera Talk · Last month at the Moose Camp, I gave a short talk on high-end com­pact cam­eras. I whipped it up in a few min­utes, made a links page, and the whole thing was well un­der ten min­utes. It was fun. It turns out that Bruce Sharpe was in the au­di­ence with a video cam­er­a, and he pol­ished up and pub­lished it un­der the ti­tle North­ern Voice 2008: Best Com­pact Cam­eras. The qual­i­ty is re­mark­able, par­tic­u­lar­ly when you con­sid­er that the whole ex­er­cise cost Bruce ap­prox­i­mate­ly noth­ing. If any­one read­ing this is in­ter­est­ed in a point-&-shoot with pre­ten­sion­s, they might find it use­ful. But here’s what’s in­ter­est­ing: in a world in­fest­ed with videoblog­ger­s, any pub­lic ut­ter­ance, no mat­ter how off-the-cuff, is, po­ten­tial­ly, an au­dio­vi­su­al pub­li­ca­tion. A per­ma­nent one.
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Purple Raindrops · Three pic­tures of droplet-studded vi­o­let cro­cus­es. Spring sun­shine is love­ly, but there are things to like about spring rain too. With some cam­era com­men­tary ...
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Ricoh GX100 · Of­fi­cial­ly that’s the Ri­coh Caplio GX100, but a cam­era shouldn’t need a mid­dle name. Mine ar­rived yes­ter­day ...
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Tab Sweep — The World · Yes, I’ve been post­ing few­er sub­stan­tive orig­i­nal pieces here. Work­ing on a cou­ple of things that aren’t very pub­lic, and al­so feel­ing itchy be­cause what was rad­i­cal three years ago has be­come con­ven­tion­al wis­dom, which leaves me feel­ing emp­ty and in need of some­thing rad­i­cal. To­day an amus­ing an­tique cam­er­a, Ira­ni­an video, where we wen­t, nine days of win­ter, and what hap­pens when everything’s free? ...
 
On Pentax · More news for the pho­to set. Wel­l, the pro­por­tion who care about DSLRs, prime lens­es, and so on. OK, re­al­ly on­ly the sub-sub-subculture that fol­lows the prod­ucts from Pen­tax. With a few in­tro­duc­to­ry re­marks as to why you might be in­ter­est­ed if you tend to pho­to­geek­ery. Every­one else move right along ...
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Megapixel Madness · I was sit­ting up late the oth­er night talk­ing to Dave Sifry about his ex­cel­lent Beginner’s Dig­i­tal SLR buy­ing guide: The Sifry Starter Pho­to Pack­age. If you’re think­ing “maybe I should get a bet­ter camera”, it’s a re­al­ly good place to start. I want­ed to add a cou­ple of points and then rant a bit about the col­lec­tive in­san­i­ty around megapix­els in cam­era mar­ket­ing ...
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Photoworld · Here’s some re­portage from the pho­toen­thu­si­ast side of the brain, in­clud­ing a shot by an ac­tu­al re­al pro­fes­sion­al (and the dif­fer­ence shows), Ri­coh rum­blings, cal­i­bra­tion, con­ver­sa­tion, pic­tures by four dif­fer­ent cam­eras, and two pic­tures of cam­era gear. I can gang to­geth­er nearly-unrelated top­ics in a great big post like this be­cause photo-hounds will read all of it and no­body else will read any; so ef­fi­cien­cy is max­i­mized ...
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Shinjuku Cameras · I didn’t have to take off for my first meet­ing till eleven, so I cruised in­to Shin­juku around 9:30 to see what I could do about the slow-camera prob­lem. Which turned out to be about per­fec­t, since it’s Yodabashi’s open­ing time; so I got a leisure­ly look at the stuff with help from the staff. I gath­er the nor­mal Yod­abashi ex­pe­ri­ence is wall-to-wall crush ...
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Camera Futures · Fol­low­ing on Think­ing About Cam­eras and the smart things in its com­ments, here are some con­clu­sions and a pre­dic­tion ...
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Thinking About Cameras · I’ve been shoot­ing with the 40mm pan­cake al­most ex­clu­sive­ly for a half-year now, and I’m not go­ing to stop, but I’m re­al­ly itch­ing for some­thing bet­ter ...
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Tab Sweep — The World · The tabs build up as fast as I cut ’em down. This sweep is half photo-stuff, but I al­so have Second-Life hu­mor, an Art-Rock co­nun­drum, and what hap­pens when you can’t write any more ...
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Photo Tab Sweep · Lots of in­ter­est­ing dis­course out there in the pho­to­geek world, girls and boys. Here’s your light­ning tour, this one dom­i­nat­ed by Mike John­ston of The On­line Pho­tog­ra­pher, cur­rent­ly about my fa­vorite pho­to­blog­ger; high qual­i­ty stuff and a nice light tone ...
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Photo News · First, I’m proud to be part of James Dun­can Davidson’s red col­or bias ...
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New 21mm Lens · Still in the grip of Prime Lens Ma­nia (“prime” means no zoom), I ven­tured in­to the wilds of eBay and picked up a Pen­tax smc 21mm P-DA F3.2, in the­o­ry the per­fect com­pan­ion to the 40mm “Pancake”. With il­lus­tra­tions and a cat-blogging bonus ...
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Tab Sweep · Per­haps a lit­tle more all-over-the-map even than is usu­al: GPLv3 clar­i­ty, Func­tion­al Pearl­s, raina bird-writer, Ja­va cred­it­s, frame­work pro­gram­mer­s, and hack­ing my Canon ...
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Lensing · Two pret­ty pic­tures of Western Trum­pet Honey­suck­le (Lon­icera Cil­iosa) blos­som­s, tak­en with very dif­fer­ent lens­es; for both cam­era and flow­er geek­s ...
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Tab Sweep (Non-Tech) · With notes this week on hip­pies, racon­teurs, the M8 con­tro­ver­sy, and a dead Rus­sian ...
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Pentax smc P-DA 40mm “Pancake” · I went to Leo’s Cam­era here in Van­cou­ver be­cause it’s Alex Waterhouse-Hayward’s fave and be­cause I want­ed a look at the Le­ica M8. The Le­ica was sold out but I saw this lens I just had to buy. It’s adorable, now we’ll see how it work­s. [Up­date: Tossed in a cou­ple of pic­tures.] ...
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Canon A710 IS · A cou­ple of con­trib­u­tors want­ed me to say some­thing about the lit­tle Canon I bought in late March. So here are some notes ...
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Photomagic · It’s about the beau­ty in the vol­ley­ball players’ faces. While this is ad­mit­ted­ly about cam­eras, even if you don’t care about sports or cam­eras, you owe it to your­self to go check out this slide show, which an as­tound­ing piece of re­portage, damn the medi­um. For the cam­era geek­s, the slideshow is il­lus­tra­tive ma­te­ri­al from Rob Galbraith’s write-up on Canon’s all-out as­sault on the state of the digi­cam art with their EOS-1D Mark III. But that’s not the mag­ic. The mag­ic is from The On­line Pho­tog­ra­pher, a high­ly rec­om­mend­ed pho­to­geek blog, in par­tic­u­lar the “Featured Comment” from Matthew Miller down at the bot­tom of So You Thought You Had Good Buf­fer Depth, and it asks a ques­tion: Why does a dig­i­tal cam­era need a lens, any­how? A lens is an ex­pen­sive in­flex­i­ble ana­log com­put­er that locks you in­to one focal-length set­ting. If you cap­ture the pho­tons hit­ting the front of the lens, shouldn’t you be able to fig­ure out the best fo­cus lat­er? Or has Mr. Miller got some­thing wrong in the ba­sic physic­s?
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