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Fujifilm X30 / All Megapixels are Not Created Equal

With the purchase of my new (used) Fujifilm X30, I learned very quickly that the total number of pixels cannot be the determining factor to the final image quality produced by a digital camera, be it a DSLR or Mirrorless. … Continue reading

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Yongnuo YN-560TX and YN-560IV Earning Their Keep in the Studio

With the help of a couple of Super Clamps, my new Yongnuo YN-560 IV’s have found their new home rigged to my background rack. They are especially helpful in providing a bit of back lighting or hair lighting when shooting … Continue reading

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Yongnuo YN-560TX and YN-560IV combine for a powerful and portable flash kit.

After years of lugging around studio strobes to location shoots, I finally decided it was time to modify my location lighting kit. Currently I have Elinchrom Mono-lights, which provide excellent power but are a bit on the cumbersome side, not … Continue reading

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My 8X10″ Negative Conversions: UPDATE

Today I purchased an Epson V700 flatbed scanner. Why you ask? After all, I was thrilled with the progress I was making by merely producing files by taking pictures of the negatives on a homemade light box with my Fujifilm … Continue reading

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Analog to Digital Conversion on the Cheap

The other day I pulled out my archive of 8X10″ black and white negatives. I have not had them unsealed in almost 15 years. The best images were printed on AZO paper and, using archival processes, dry mounted and matted … Continue reading

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The REAL Image is Created in the Mind

When you are a photographer, you train your eye to see things differently. Some people see in graphic shapes, other are keenly aware of human emotions and other have the ability to see the world in shades of black and … Continue reading

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What I Love About My Fuji X-E2

After a week or so of getting use to the camera, the button placement and the menus, I am now comfortable enough to go out with the camera and concentrate on the images rather than the camera. Thus far, the … Continue reading

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