It’s hard enough driving by car in snow, but Boulder certainly has the heartiest bike commuters!
I figured it out. The reason that there are a lot of mediocre photos these days isn't just because the phone is so commonly used, it's also because there's no varying viewpoint. No telephoto. No different focal length. All wide angle. Which is fine for some things but not everything. I want to shoot wide,... Continue Reading →
Exercise in and of itself doesn't excite me. But I like riding my bike or going for a walk, but just don't call it exercise. I like to get active with a camera around my neck, walking up and down the Pearl St. Mall in Boulder, or the alleys behind it, or the 16th St.... Continue Reading →
It's those special storytelling one-of-a-kind moments that I capture and then they exist that give me photographic thrills. Better than any roller coaster. When I'm hanging the film to dry and see some of the images, or importing them from a card to Lightroom, it's sheer joy to know that I created these images, which... Continue Reading →
I went to an auction last night and I thought about how I always carry a camera with me everywhere I go. Actually at least one film camera (Leica M3 and/or Rolleiflex 3.5F) and a Fuji X100. Tucked neatly in a Domke F-804 Reporter bag or Billingham Hadley Small bag. And I go lots of... Continue Reading →