San Miguel de Asheville?

After 3 visits, a number of experiences, and especially, talking to some locals, I can see the truth in Stephanie’s...

Embrace the face

Usually, one of the first things that I do when I get a new camera is to turn off bells...

That’s heavy

The other day, I took the D700 out for a stroll with just the camera and a 50 mm lens...

Are you Cuban or Puerto Rican?

(Translated from Spanish) Man: So, are you Cuban or Puerto Rican? Me: Neither. I’m from The United States (note, not...

I don’t do many reviews, and I most certainly wouldn’t even call this a review, but merely a glance at how I use this camera, as well as the OM-D, E-M5. I have both. For all intents and purposes, they…

I was walking along in the park and, to my left, I heard a noise, a rustling. That was nothing unusual as there are so many squirrels scampering about on any given day, not really trying to be quiet at…

The workday was finished. It was a good day, not stressful at all. The sun was heading towards the horizon and the clouds were moving in. I thought that I’d make a quick trip to the lake. When I arrived…

This post has been rolling around in my head for a while, but never found its way out. Then, today, I read Tom’s excellent post entitled: But, it’s on sale!. In his post he talks about marketing and buying more…

I’ve been reading a number of blog posts about social media and how let down some photographers feel about these outlets. Sources, like flikr, 500px, Google+, and Facebook, to name a few. It’s been an interesting read. I think that…