Inspiration & Meditation, to progress, advance, move forward.
In 2009 i got to test the Sigma DP2 (Now replaced by Sigma DP2S). It was a lot of fun and I have learned a hell of a lot since then. I wish i could get my hands on the Sigma DP2S and do a review with my current skill set. Anyhoo I am looking back before I look forward. I am going to be reviewing the Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8-4.5 SLD. I purchased this lens and have been using it for a while. It is time for a proper review.
Life can get chaotic. There are times in life when the candle is burned on three ends. At these moments, a relaxation is needed.
Not too long ago I took one of my project 365 images at, what I consider my photography dojo. I use Sinatra Park in Hoboken NJ, for training, practice, and to refinement of my photography techniques. Sinatra Park has been my favorite place to work on my photography skills. It fits all my needs for training and is a great place for photography meditation. Do you have a Photography Dojo?
It is a rainy week where I live. This weather is a decent time for photography. Nevertheless, it can be bad for your camera and lens, particularly if there is a sudden down pour.
Turning left may seem overly simple, but it is actually a massive idea. We are creatures of habit. Sometimes those habits need to be broken.