Some recent interviews have been done with Nikon executives and the subject of the future of the Nikon 1 system has come up. Continue reading Nikon 1 system to continue
A new article that I wrote for Photography Life, Letting Your Personal Style Find You, was just published. Interested readers can use the link to view this article.
On Labour Day weekend I had the opportunity to capture some images during the 2016 CNE Air Show in Toronto, Canada. Continue reading 2016 CNE Air Show Aircraft Images
I recently bought a Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone. While the motivation for this purchase was as an enhanced communication tool for my business, I was somewhat intrigued by the rave reviews that the Samsung S7 has garnered. My interest was further piqued by the fact that many smartphone reviewers have given the Samsung S7 Galaxy a ‘superb camera’ rating. Continue reading Samsung Galaxy S7 JPEGS
Many of our readers that enjoy keeping up-to-date on reviews and comparisons mirror-less cameras and lenses. Below you will find some links to Mirrorlessons.com July and August reviews and comparisons. Continue reading Mirrorlessons.com July and August reviews
Mirrorlessons.com recently published an article that I wrote for them: Nikon 1 J5 Butterfly Photography. Continue reading Nikon 1 J5 Butterfly Photography
A new article that I wrote for Photography Life, Using Extension Tubes in Strong Wind, was just published. Continue reading Using extension tubes in strong wind
There is something inherently liberating about photographing butterflies with a minimum of gear. As they flit about I can easily follow them without being bogged down by a ton of gear. Continue reading Photographing butterflies with a minimum of gear
The latest rumours on the internet indicate that the Nikon 1 product line is no longer being developed. Does this mean that Nikon 2 is on the way? Continue reading Is Nikon 2 on the way?
While at the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory I noticed a few unusual insects on some of the foliage and took some close-up images of them with a Nikon 1 J5, 1 Nikon 30-110mm and MOVO extension tubes. I followed up with the folks at the conservatory and discovered that the insects were leafhoppers. Continue reading Leafhopper with 30-110mm