Posts Tagged ‘mirrorless’

Big Images and Small Cameras in the City

September 8, 2014 | 2 comments

I’m not sure I need too many reminders about why I have enjoyed the switch to a Fuji system so much. I have outlined many of the reasons in previous posts, and now I find myself in Brooklyn to shoot a wedding, and I am reminded once again of why I wax so poetic about […]

Continuing the Love Affair – A Practical Review of the Fujifilm X-E1

October 28, 2013 | 6 comments

It’s hard to know where to start. For one, I don’t love writing reviews, with lots of technical information and 100% crops and stuff like that. For another, this camera has been out for awhile now, and I don’t know that I have a lot to share, other than my own experience with, and opinions […]

When the Best Camera Bag Isn’t a Camera Bag

October 8, 2013 | One comment

I have recently rekindled my love affair with small, mirrorless cameras. I can’t help myself, they’re irresistible. I have written some about it before, and I have a good deal more to write about it soon, but right now I’m still in the process of collecting data: photos, impressions, annoyances, joys. Consider this partly a […]

Mirrorlessness Blues

May 10, 2013 | No comments yet

I may have made a mistake. It was calculated, rational, carefully thought through, but still, probably, a mistake. At the beginning of the year, I started focusing on trying to make at least part of my living from photography. Really, I wanted more time to focus on, and think about, making good photographs and seeing […]