Archives for April, 2014

Pinhole Fame

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

That pinhole picture I took Sunday and uploaded to the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day site was chosen by the Nick Kirkpatrick of the Washington Post as one of the illustrations for a story he did on the WPPD. Here’s a link to the story. Needless to say, I’m quite pleased.

Micro 4/3, Pinhole | 1 Comment

Planets, Pencils, and Pasties

Monday, April 28th, 2014

I’ve just returned from a trip to Chicago. I went up there to attend an opening at the gallery there that represents me, Gallery Provocateur. That’s gallery owner Veronika standing in the middle of her lovely gallery in the calm before the opening turned into the spectacular event that her openings always are. Veronika had asked […]

available light, fisheye, Gallery Provocateur | No Comments

Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Today is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. There’s still time for you to go out and take a pinhole photo. You can then upload it to the WPPD site. I just uploaded mine. That’s it above. Once again, nothing great. I was traveling home from Chicago today, so I stopped and did this shot of windmills […]

available light, landscape, Micro 4/3, Panasonic G5, Pinhole | No Comments

Start Your Pinholes

Friday, April 25th, 2014

Today’s post is just a brief public service announcement. Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day is this Sunday, April 27. So dust off your pinholes and take a photo with one on Sunday and upload it to the WPPD site. I’m going to. I’ve been practicing with my Panasonic G5 and the wide-angle pinhole I have for […]

available light, Claudine, Kelsey Dylan, Micro 4/3, nude, Panasonic G5, Pinhole | No Comments

More Macaroni

Saturday, April 19th, 2014

Since tomorrow is Easter I thought I’d go ahead and post the rest of the photos from my shoot with the incredible MissMacaroni. She did a wonderful job of scampering around and posing on the cold, hard rocks of Cantwell Cliffs. I guess you can file most of these under “dot in the landscape” but […]

available light, figure in nature, MissMacaroni, nude | No Comments

Spring on the Rocks

Friday, April 18th, 2014

I’m still a year behind on posting the things I’ve shot on here. But today I’m making an exception and jumping the line for this shoot from last week. A model contacted me saying she was going to be traveling to my area and wanted to work with me. I always like it when models […]

available light, figure in nature, MissMacaroni, nude | 2 Comments

The Bags

Monday, April 14th, 2014

With the new system I, of course, needed a new bag to carry it around. The new stuff is small enough to fit easily into my old bags along with the Nikon stuff, but the point of all this was to come up with something easy to carry around so I could leave the Nikon […]

Camera bags, Domke, Micro 4/3, Panasonic G5 | No Comments

More Lenses

Friday, April 11th, 2014

Yes, there were some other lenses in that photo of the whole Micro 4/3 system that I have now. One I already had, a Pinwide wide angle pinhole “lens.”  I’ve had it for a while and expect to use it to make a pinhole photo for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day on Sunday, April 27. You should make […]

available light, Ayn, Micro 4/3, Panasonic G5, portrait | No Comments


Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

OK, I’ve talked about the Panasonic G5 camera, but it’s the lenses that make a system. And the lenses available for Micro 4/3 cameras are a major reason I decided to go this way for my travel system. There’s a ton of fun options out there from both Panasonic and Olympus. And a lot of […]

available light, Florida, Micro 4/3, Panasonic G5 | No Comments

My Accidental Camera System

Sunday, April 6th, 2014

I don’t need a second camera system. My Nikon D7000 produces beautiful files and will use the many lenses I’ve accumulated from being a Nikon user since 1968. And I blame Mike Johnston at The Online Photographer blog for sending me down this path. He was the one who posted that the Panasonic G5 was […]

Micro 4/3, Panasonic G5, Uncategorized | No Comments

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