It was the morning before a heat wave. Thanks to a skunk I was up way earlier than I needed to, so I decided to go get coffee in New York.
During the first weekend of June, the 15th South Orange Maplewood (SOMA) Artists Studio Tour was held. I was convinced by my lovely bride to participate because I do not show my work enough. So I prepared myself, printed my work and displayed it for all to see. I stood there for waiting for people to come by, but only a few did.
Presented by the Pierro Gallery of South Orange and 1978 Maplewood Arts Center, the goal of the SOMA Artists Studio Tour is to celebrate local artist. Visitors are given the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work as well as show off their work environment. I went into the Studio Tour with grand ideas, but I missed a lot. It was not a huge success, it was a learning experience though. Here are a few of the things I learned standing there those two days.
Well, it was a nice week, exploring the frontier, out here in New Jersey. The weather was nice, there was lots of coffee and I got some rest.
Last week was exhausting. I recovered but looked forward to a few easy moments. I started the week with a morning walk. With spring not quite over, the mornings were still cool and enjoyable. (more…)
There is one thing about the full-frame Sony Alpha series, it always reminds me of a Porche.
When you look at all the current Full Frame Sony Alpha bodies, the Sony A9, A7rIII, A7III, they all look extremely similar just like Porches. However, they all have slightly different bits under the hood that a give them varying abilities and cost. The basic model out of all these cameras is the Sony A7III it is now my primary camera. (more…)