Monthly Archives: June 2013

The road to light

Is paved with choices, trials, and tribulations. Summer might have gotten here, finally. Or has it ? Well, our currants are slowly getting red at last and we play outside after dinner I’ve had trouble setting my new Sony A57 … Continue reading

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Why a poor picture is better than no picture

OK, not always. But sometimes there are events in your life that are so important to you they need to be recorded, no matter what. My daugher is a few months shy of 5 years old, and she’s been “riding” … Continue reading

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A little camera update

NEX 7 – SEL35/1.8 wide open – ISO 800 I know this is rather unusual for “normal” folks, but I rather often get camera gear for a very limited period of time, pretty much just to try it out. Aside … Continue reading

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Standing at a crossroads. And why A37 is good… but not enough.

Sometimes in your life you come across a turning point. Nothing dramatic in this case, but my take on photography and cameras is evolving, and I’m trying to sort my wants and needs out to stay on the right track. … Continue reading

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When forms wins over content : the rising of pixel peeping as the norm

This is a bit of a different post, as it will address photography in a broader way than my usual petty ramblings about cameras and gear. In this note I’d like to talk about how our perception and even use … Continue reading

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Where’s the inspiration button ??

If I’ve learned one thing over my numerous years of buying and selling camera gear at an alarming rate, is that no camera or lens will make you produce art, if the art you haven’t gotten it in you already.That’s … Continue reading

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And so it’s here

The Sony SLT A37 got here this morning. It’s a deceiptive little camera. From specs and pictures you think it’s tiny. But it makes up for its small height and width by an unexpected depth, it’s actually well thicker than … Continue reading

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