I’ve been toying with purchasing the MicroTrack ever since 2006, but I never did, due to the price. Yesterday, however, I received an e-mail from B&H, with an offer I just couldn’t turn down. The price was right, the time was right, so I bought it! I can’t wait to start recording audio to accompaniment my photos.
December 4th, 2008 11:19am
I wanted to share an episode from one of my favorite photography podcasts, LensWork. The episode is entited “The Myth of Tonal Control”.
Why do I like LensWork? Because each episode is informative, thought provoking, and short. (<10min) If you like what you hear, why not subscribe, it’s free after all.
December 6th, 2008 10:25am
…the old 800 ISO is the new 6400 ISO!
— <a href="http://digitalprotalk.blogspot.com/2008/11/its-revelations-monday-8-hours-with.html">David Ziser</a> <em>In reference to the new Canon 5D Mark II</em>
December 8th, 2008 5:21pm
Zoom lenses are very convenient, but boy do the primes shine at times!
December 9th, 2008 10:56am
The Microtrack is here, above is the proof!
December 9th, 2008 7:52pm
Yeah, that’s right. So what?
— <a href="http://thinkprogress.org/2008/12/15/bush-so-what/">President George W. Bush</a><br/><em>(in response to Al Qaeda not existing in Iraq before invasion)</em>
On December 21st & 22nd, I took around 1,400 photos in Cleveland, TN at the Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge. It was very, very cold, (single digits) and windy, but well worth it!
And after a few days of work, I’ve filtered down the photos to 25. This was not an easy task, as there were lots of great photos, but I feel it’s better to share the best, rather than hundreds of “average” photos.