As a long time Toastmaster, I was honored to be asked to be the official photographer at a district convention.Totally unpaid, of course, but it sounded like fun and would be a great learning experience.And boy, did I learn.The good-What I did right:I brought two cameras, a charging cord for one, an extra battery for the other, extra memory cards and my lap top.That gave me some flexibility, with my DSLR on a tripod and my P&S to carry around the crowd.I was able to dump my images... continue reading
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The PMA International Convention and Trade Show is known to attract many visitors from all over the World. Professional photographers, retailers, epurchase organizations, and just about every person related to digital imaging.In this PMA 2009, I will be disappointed with the Canon announcements, ....and the Fuji ,.......and the Sony ,....etcetc . This has to be the worst case scenario for the PMA organizers themselves --they gave an International Photographic Trade Fair , and it's a "no one came... continue reading
I was an participant in the recent local Democratic convention. The process in Texas is strange and almost impossible to explain (which is why one of the resolutions voted on was whether or not to retain it).In short, some delegates are awarded to candidates based on the popular vote, and some are awarded based on the a precinct convention of delegates held after the primary. I was an alternate this year, and thus attended the convention for my senate district.Regardless of political persuasion,... continue reading
I've come to think this is so.No matter how many times a thing have been shot - even to its death literally :-) - there can always be something different in each, from all the millions of pictures of the same thing.For example, two oranges.You can isolate them, have different coloured background and with different textures too.And with leaves and without leaves.And of course the light, its direction or directions, the hardness or softness, the temperature, and the complimentary... continue reading
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