My experience with buying an old external flash (speedlight) meant for Pentax film cameras and mounting it on my digital Lumix GX7.
It’s almost that time of year again – autumn, my favorite season and time of year, and also my favorite time to take photos! I snapped this one in the morning in my back lawn, as the sun was just coming up through the trees. It’d been a cool night, so there was a nice… Continue reading That Time of Year Again
Just a quick photography experiment to demonstrate the effects that aperture, focal length, and sensor size can have on depth of field (i.e., how much you can blur the background of a photo.)
A simple walk by the river can turn into a journey to someplace special… all within walking distance of our backyards.
I make no secret of the fact that I love photos of flowing water. And I also make no secret of the fact that I’m a big fan of using slow shutter speeds to create that “silky water” effect. Just recently I got myself a better tripod (and a nice ballhead to go with it), and… Continue reading Where the Water Flows