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Packard pt. I (slideshow)

At this point, I don’t have a lot left to say about the afternoon Packard Plant in Detroit that I haven’t already said before. I’ve been chipping away at editing that huge batch of photos, though and here’s the first set.


Playing with the new Pani GX85

After an excruciatingly long time without any camera other then the very lame one on my LG phone, I finally have a new baby! After a lot research, knowing that I did not really want to go back to a DSLR system and having long been infatuated with the Olympus 4/3 system, I went ahead and got the Panasonic GX85 (GX80) with the kit lens. 93 more words


The Right Equipment Enhances Photography & Life

In the gallery you will see the difference that cameras and lenses can make.

The camouflage eye distracts the predators

Sony Alpha a58 close-up with 18-55 kit lens… 49 more words


Stunning Sunset

Nothing exceptional had happened in the sky all day, devoid of any interest, not even an amusingly shaped cloud that looked a little bit like a giant cock floating through the sky. 289 more words


Simple question – does the perfect lens exist?

Simple answer- no, as perfection is subjective, always has been, always will be.

A reality that lends itself to untold amounts of money being spent in the pursuit and something lens manufacturers are aware of that will guarantee an ongoing market for new and improved. 1,150 more words


Took another dive into the archives (a.k.a. my external hard drive) and found this shot from the Packard Plant in Detroit. Every time I look through these photos I’m in awe of the building, both in its present state and what it must’ve been like at full operational capacity during its heyday. 67 more words


It Follows

Went digging through my external drive for photos I’ve flagged as keepers but haven’t published. This outside shot of Detroit’s abandoned Packard Plant really caught my eye and made me think of the day I spent… 166 more words