Just because something is your right doesn’t mean it’s always wise to exercise it
You may have the right to photograph something, but that doesn’t mean it’s wise to do so.
How does Flickr Explore work anymore anyway?
My photos used to be featured on Flickr Explore a couple times a year. But no more. Why?
Kodak Instant Dock Printer PD460
A review of a Kodak photo printer that lets you print the snapshots on your phone.
Kodak T-Max P3200 in the Olympus Stylus
Shooting some very fast film in a tiny point-and-shoot camera.
Examining the arguments for printing your photographs
“Print your work!” you’ll hear many photographers admonish, making arguments about why prints are superior to digital files. They write it in their blogs and they discuss it in the forums. It’s hard to deny that a well-executed print is marvelous. But digital files are just as valuable for different reasons. Here are the arguments…
12 more motel signs
More motel signs I caught with my camera.
Good vs. high print quality in my book Square Photographs
Good-enough quality with a lower price wins!
single frame: Tin ceiling
A brand new tin ceiling in a small town diner.
Ignore the naysayers, use a zoom lens if you want to
I like zoom lenses. Let the flamewars begin.
Eighteen months with the Nikon Df
Thoughts from the learning curve with my Nikon Df digital SLR.
Aalborg on the Nikon Df
My experience using a giant DSLR on an overseas trip.
Crop your photos boldly, crop them proudly
I am determined to get composition as right as I can in the camera. But when I can’t, I shoot with the final image in mind and crop to it in Photoshop.