So, yes I took the plunge and bought the Sony A6000 with two kit lenses, the 16-55mm and 70-200 mm. The reason I had purchased it was in the hopes I would be able to travel with a much lighter and smaller camera (my backpack on my last travel weighed 18 pounds before the 5 … More The Mirrorless Camera. An Expensive Point & Shoot?
I was sitting on a bench in the butterfly conservatory just taking in the atmosphere. It was humid and I could hear the man-made waterfalls and the soft chirps of birds. I watched aimlessly the butterflies as they flitted about, just awakening in the very early morning hours. It was much like watching an aquarium, … More The Butterfly. A Symbol of Change.
My curiosity has been peaked. I have heard and seen all the hoopla about mirrorless cameras, even in the little time that I have been into photography. I didn’t really consider it as an option, just having spent a small fortune on obtaining my new camera and the assortment of lenses, tripods and everything else … More Much Ado About Nothing? The Mirrorless Camera Debate.
I’m not sure what the difference is, but I must say that since November, there has been a dramatic increase in emotionally disturbed persons (EDP’s) in my work. I mean, I have always dealt with EDP’s in my job, responding to many calls of persons in emotional distress, wanting to commit suicide or maybe self-harm, … More I met God. Three Times this Week.
This year I have decided I want to explore whether I have a style, and if so what is it, and if not, should I have one? I had felt my photography was somehow ‘lacking’ or ‘floundering’ because I didn’t prescribe to a particular genre. I told my Master, Kyle VanEtten, from the Arcanum. However, … More Those Three Most Important Words–What’s My Style?