Cameras are for older people

That was the heading of one of the paragraphs in this report about the state of camera sales in 2016...

Finding the right combination

While I was in Cuba, I experimented with a few camera settings and finally settled on some that were outside...

Giddy up! Viñales, Cuba

About a 3-hour ride west of Havana is a small town called Viñales. Here is where they have good conditions...

Most stressed

One day, during our bus ride, the topic of groups by country came up. We were talking to one of...

Four birthdays in a row!

It was pretty remarkable that our small group of about 22, including guides, had not only 4 birthdays in February...

Cuban to American, brother to brother, friend to friend

One morning, a group of us were out early, taking pictures. We happened upon this man who was preparing to...

This post has been put together over a number days, perhaps weeks. I have no idea when I will post it. It will sit in reserve for a while, I suppose. A number of you are interested in my impressions…

End of Summer I learned about hyperfocal distance a long time ago. I used to use it to get maximum depth of field in my landscape photography, when I was going for that type of thing. However, with the birth…

Hi! My name is Paul and I have a problem … I collect cameras, sometimes unwittingly, unknowingly, and unintentionally! Well, that’s probably not so true about the unknowingly, etc. 🙂 About a year ago, more or less, I sold down…

Nikon D300: ISO 3200 f/6.3 @ 1/30 – Tamron 18-270mm @ 270mm I’ve spent much too much time reading stuff about Leica’s M9 and X1. I’m not really even interested in owning either one, but I am very much interested…

Imagine holding a piece of paper containing your name, address, and other personal information. You’ve seen such pieces of paper hundreds of times. Now, imagine that this paper contained a diagnosis that said that you have less than 6 months…