Olympus. You have a special place in my camera nerd heart. Not sure about this last release.
My first ever digital interchangeable lens camera was an Olympus E-PL5 (review) (gallery).
Day 1 this camera was used while chaperoning my daughter for a DC school trip (gallery). Continue reading “Camera Random Neural Firings: Olympus OM-D E-M1X”
Not sure how to start this write up. There is some hesitancy on my part, but not for the usual reasons.
Not for fear of Leica adherent backlash. I am a casual member of the same. Having very much enjoyed a brief Leica film dalliance I fully understand the Leica allure.
Continue reading “The Leica Q 4 years on: An amazing camera still.”
My most recent collaboration. News to share.
The Lorien Academy of the Arts is a wonderful after-school art program that holds classes so that young people are introduced to art in varying forms. As put on the website:
EMPOWERS YOUTH TO ENVISION A BETTER FUTURE
EQUIPS THEM WITH THE LIFE SKILLS TO MAKE IT REALITY!
Continue reading “An evening of art, philanthropy, and a 7Artisans lens.”
At times our goals contradict each other and this happened with me recently.
- Value means a lot to me. May seem odd when discussing photography where many would argue that a mobile phone will do. But even in this realm, I always seek the most frugal option available to meet an end.
- Had recently moved to full frame mirrorless, A7III specifically.
- Had been a while, but I wanted to get a hold of a 70-200mm f/2.8 or equivalent again.
So why not go with a 70-200mm f/2.8 or equivalent for mirrorless?
Continue reading “Mirrorless 70-200mm conundrum: Old friend Pentax came to the rescue.”