Sharing the best way to get a person to learn a new skill.
A sharing on letting your young toddlers share your camera equipment.
Sharing the most informative user review of the newly announced Fujifilm XF10 with lots of samples.
A writeup on the 30 year old Yashica T4 film camera.
A pictorial review of exploring the night markets of Taipei with the Fujifilm X-H1.
Skies of Blue, wide and sparse – do you have a spot for me?
Sharing the process of focus stacking with Fujifilm cameras on the X-H1 and XF90mm F2.
What I am packing for camera equipment to Taiwan this time round.
My opinion as a parent in the importance of being there for our kids coming to learning, no matter how busy or cra*** life may be.
Today on 24 May 2018, Fujifilm has announced the smallest member for the X-mount family, the X-T100. I’ve been fortunate to review it before release and am very humbled to share with everyone here my review at the link here.
The unseen 10 steps of work that goes into a landscape or architecture shot
WE can choose to still live in the moment, taking in the Ups as learning and preparation for the Ups and the Ups as a storage of reserves of emotional strength for the Downs.
Newborn Photography, what they don’t say and some important things production line natured shoots forget nowadays.
Newborn photography, the idea of it conjures up an overload of cuteness and love but is it more than just adjusting and posing asleep newborns into pre-prepared setups? More to come …
Testing a Leica CL for weather resistance.
They say the gaze from one’s eyes are one’s windows into character and soul …, then how may we capture this essence in a photograph?
Life nowadays seems to mainly work in a vicious cycle of “we fear to stop and we stop to fear” till the point where we…
A writeup on a quick trip to St John’s Island and Lazarus island with the kids, highlighting what to expect and of course, the sights.
Welcoming Evan to the family 🙂
As most of us do, we seek joy in life and the meaning of it and make a fine mess of finding it in the process….