I shoot micro four thirds.Unlike many, I'm not a DSLR to m4/3 convert.Although they fascinate me, especially full frame, I know little to nothing about cameras using APS-C,APS-H or full frame sensors except what I have read on the internet.My decision to go micro four thirds was mostly borne from the fact I bought into a brand and to save cost remained there. Other than my long since broken 35 mm film camera, my experiences with anything that allowed the ability to be creative, with adjustable... continue reading
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LEGACY - A word that represents huge responsibility about a transfer of power, history and achievements in absence of its owner but bestowed by the by will of the owner, hierarchy or just handed down to the next generation in the family. The literal dictionary meaning would be - a gift of property, esp. personal property, as money, by will; a bequest or anything handed down from the past, as from an ancestor or predecessor or an applicant to or student at a school that was attended by his or her parent.... continue reading
The second part of the one-week road trip that I have taken this August in Bavaria region of Germany has focused on the castles and palaces linked with the last Bavarian king Ludwig II. Impression from the first part of this adventure can be found in my previous blog post: "Munich, Germany".The main focus of this trip was to visit the famous Neuschwanstein Castle build in the 19th century and selected as one of the contestants to the New 7 Wonders of the World of the world. This is my first chance... continue reading
A group of photographers in Orange County have created what is the largest camera and biggest photo ever taken.They used a hangar as a camera with a hole in one of the walls to light in and modeled the whole thing on the concept of camera obscura.For a negative they used a large piece of muslin fabric specially ordered from Germany.The photo measures 107.5 x 31.5 feet!!!!Photo District News Article - A Hangar, A Pinhole And A World Record: Building The World's Biggest CameraThe Legacy... continue reading
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