In these work from home times, I can't get through my Monday morning, hell most mornings without a good cup of coffee and a bit of photography.
When I bought my Chemex coffee brewer, I never intended for it to become my morning zen. The ritual of doing a pour-over and taking a picture, every morning has brought me solace. Ever since March of 2020, when I started working, mostly, from home, it is what I have done to help begin the day. (more…)
2020 has not been a great year. However, there have been some things to warm my geeky heart, like new cameras. I have been considering Sony’s A7c (A7c). Due to the pandemic, I lost a lot of my freelance work. I had to take more time to consider it because I could not throw my money at it. To help me see if the A7c is worth my time, due to its slight limitations compared to the Sony A7iii, I made a weird decision, I decided to use one of my oldest cameras in a bit of Autumn Photomeditiation, using my Nikon D90 (D90) with a 135mm f2D. I want to make a comparison between old tech and new. (more…)
It took a little more time than I thought. A bit of patience paid off. I finally got my hands on the Sony A7c. It’s everything people said it would be, well made, quiet, a bit limited, and I could not be happier with this camera. Despite a few people’s negative opinions, getting my actual hands-on the A7c at Mack Camera helped me form my opinion. The boffins at Sony did a good job. (more…)