Monthly Archives: December 2013

2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 66,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert … Continue reading

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A 4 day family Xmas break (and a peek at crazy lens)

We tend to take a few days break between Xmas and New Year’s eve, time and finances permitting. This year my better half took us to central France in the very touristy “Vallée de la Loire”, to chill in a … Continue reading

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The skipped “post Christmas” post

Oh my God, did I do that ? Did I really skip the mandatory “post Xmas” post ?!I did… Which is surprising, because it was a very “photographic” Christmas ! A recent study demonstrated that taking photographs of any given … Continue reading

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When top notch, reliable gear matters (a zoo post)

Well, I’ve told you enough about how “itsnotthecamera”, right ?? And boy do I mean it. However, this gets not so true if you add “for a given user”. Because any given human operator (me, in this instance) will benefit … Continue reading

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FF myth ? WHAT myth ?!?

There is an article feature on Luminous Landscape at the moment titled “the FF myth”. And me to ask : WHAT myth !?! Nikon D700, best overal camera I ever had I don’t quite get the “myth” part. Full frame, … Continue reading

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Xmas is here. Can’t escape it, can we ?

  And she was *not* at ease on that one… I remember shooting Christmas pictures with my NEX6 last year. Things were very different then. I didn’t have a wide enough AF lens to cover the festive action, so I … Continue reading

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And so I have a Nokton

But that’s from a PEN 38 1.8 😉 I have to apologize for the apetizing title because I’m not gonna be able to give you much Voigtlander goodness in this post. Blame the unability to identify manua lenses in the … Continue reading

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