Kodak ended the Kodachrome era by ceasing production of the classic film in 2009, but the film soldiered on. Despite no new stock coming off of the Kodak production lines, Kodachrome could still be had through numerous outlets. Hoarders began stocking the film away in refrigerators. (more…)
With 3-D movies and TV’s all the rage these days, I went back through some photographic experiments I did a few years ago in making my own 3-D photos. It’s easy! (more…)
Here in the Northeastern US where I live, temperatures are climbing into the mid-to-upper 90′s for the foreseeable future with not a drop of rain in sight. It’s hard to imagine that only a few short months ago I saw this out of my living room window.
Just got done posting some photos from a recent photo tour in Oregon’s Columbia Gorge region as well as the coast. Better lighting than the last trip I took there, so it was worth it. See the complete gallery here or click on the photo above.
Just got back from a week in Hawaii. My wife had a work trip and I tagged along. We stayed in downtown Waikiki, Oahu, but managed to get over to Maui and the Big Island for a couple of days. Just got done posting some photos here.
Over the last few days, we got hammered with snow here in the Northeastern US. For those of you in warmer climates, here’s what you missed… (more…)
After taking a trip, I usually have a plethora of photos with which to bore unsuspecting family members and co-workers, but occasionally I get some nice snaps, and folks want to know where I took the picture. With the i-gotU GPS Travel Logger, I can show them exactly where.
Getting a camera to see more like our eyes do requires some extra equipment. Cameras can deal with bright areas well, and they can deal with dark areas well. But when the two appear in the same photograph, one or both of those areas will suffer. (more…)
Butterfly bushes work as advertised, attracting many different species of pollen-seeking insects all at once, making photos like this easy. (more…)
Snapped this one last year in color and decided to work it up in black-and-white. I like the b/w tonal values. (more…)