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Auroral Frenzy

It has been labeled by some as the ‘storm of the season’, and even down in the Lower 48 strong showings of Aurora were expected. It was a true frenzy across much of Canada and the Northern U.S. 575 more words

Alaska

How big is Micro-Four-Thirds?

I began to share my experiences with my Olympus OM-D E-M10 in two previous posts. The transitions from my Nikon APS-C gear has been a mixed bag. 584 more words

Photography

On Track

Panasonic Lumix G 20mm f/1.7
f/1.7
1/600 sec
ISO 100

Before anyone accuses me of being incredibly stupid in taking this photo, I’d just like to point out that the trams were still under construction and weren’t at all functional when I took this photo. ¬† 77 more words

Photography

Fuji has announced a graphite silver edition of its popular X-T1 mirrorless camera body. ¬†Having examined this body up-close, I think it gives Olympus’s OM-D E-M1 (my much-adored micro-four thirds mirrorless system) a good run for its money – and now it looks even better! 11 more words

Other Stuff

A short film about Shinjuku buskers

Have you ever seen a panda play a pianica (also known as a melodica)?

Here you go: 333 more words

LUTs

Sunset, Sunrise, Aurora

Happy Labor Day, Everyone!

I hope you are enjoying the holiday. Last night was the first “active” level 4 aurora forecast. I took my gear to Black Spruce Dog Kennels and sat around a bonfire with some friends and new acquaintances while the green revved up. 266 more words

In Alaska