Paris by iPhone — again

  I shouldn’t write this in public, but I will anyway. As I get older I get lazier. Let’s just call it an intensified search for efficiency. To my annual sojourn in Paris this late summer season I did take a Fuji X100T — the camera I’ve written about several times in this blog. Yet […]

Six months and two cameras later….

No, I haven’t gotten rid of any cameras. I probably should have. But that would mean making holes in my two systems, however flawed those systems may be. The Canon system is arguably the “better” system, as a DSLR with a couple of extra bodies, a handful of reliable prime lenses and several┬ácheap but worthy […]

The president’s photographer on Instagram

I just spotted this story on Digital Photography Review. President Obama’s photographer Pete Souza (one of my legion of photographic heroes) has gone instant. I wrote about Souza awhile ago after seeing the lushly produced documentary, The President’s Photographer. Souza continues to do his grueling work as the president’s official photographer, but now like the […]