Shopping Cart is Empty
Visit The Shop
Hi Rob and thank's for your guidance on how to make a portfolio.It can be confusing to pick out the photos to make a portfolio and to explain what it is your seeing.I'm looking forward to sharing my end product.
Tag Archives: cameras
As those of you who know me, you know that I’ve recently jumped (hard) on the mirrorless camera bandwagon. There’s a reason; the advantages of the mirrorless camera far outweigh the advantages of the dSLR (see my previous post). Today’s post is actually from an email thread I was a part of today and Bill (the author) stated his view of the evolution from the dSLR camera to the mirrorless camera in a way that was far more eloquent than I could have stated.
So, today, I yield my blog to Bill. Continue reading
So it finally happened. My camera – my trusted sidekick – has been slowly dying for the past couple of years. Like an old man near the end of his life, struggling with each step but surely getting slower and slower with waning function, my camera has been starting to fail on a regular basis. This is its eulogy: it deserves no less. Continue reading
I didn’t start out researching Monet or travel photography. Really, I didn’t. It’s strange, though, how a simple search for one piece of information reveals other things that sends your brain reeling into new directions. It’s unforeseen and, often, once the new thought grips you, you just can’t let it go. Continue reading