Finding the Weird

It’s  time for my favorite time of the week, it’s Millie on Monday — Joe Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Recording the weird Unusual sights perceived Trips the fantastic Ever stop, do a double take and then be glad that you have your camera with you? Some unusual sights are...

Digital Q&A: A Que...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Q: Do you prefer large capacity memory cars or smaller capacity cards? And why? A: I prefer large capacity cards for lots of reason. The other day on social media I saw a comment (see Q&A about comments) that this person always uses small capacity...

Vintage Stained Glass

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Stripped of bright color Luminous in monochrome  Milk glass butterfly The Eastern yellow swallowtail is a stunner, an avaricious feeder on the butterfly bush (Buddleia) and languorous at rest. In proximity, the complementary purple and yellow shades are...

Raindrops Are Fallin’ O...

“I’m singin’ in the rain Just singin’ in the rain”~ Arthur Freed, Nacho Herb Brown Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern With weather sealed cameras and lenses, shooting in the rain is no problem. Rainy days vibrantly render colors and persons wielding umbrellas assume diverse shapes. So...

Melting Edges with the ...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern “Those little town blues are melting away”  John Kander and Fred Ebb In 2012, a low cost Micro Four-thirds prime lens from China, the 34mm f/1.8 Jackar Snapshooter hit the market and got mixed reviews. Intrigued by the alternating praise and disdain, I...

Traveling with a Mirror...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace One of my favorite cities to visit with Mary when she’s traveling for business is Albuquerque, New Mexico. And one of my favorite cameras to take along on these trips is my old, redoubtable Olympus E-P3. Oh sure, I’d rather take a Pen F (that I...