The other day we stopped by the Great Salt Lake Nature Center in Farmington, Utah to see some fox kits in a couple of dens. We saw about seven fox but, as you no doubt know, I’m not a wildlife photographer so we just enjoyed the fox through the binoculars. The sunlight late in the [...]
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The other day, while weeding in our tulip flower bed, I noticed this tulip and liked the way the petals were layered so used the X-Pro 1 and 60mm macro lens to take this photo. I recommend expanding the image to see the large version and the detail in the layers. The other thing I’ll [...]
My daughter and I went on a “date” together to Ogden. We wanted to walk around 25th Street with a camera, take in the sights, shoot some photographs, and enjoy time together. We ate some pizza at Lucky Slice and grabbed a donut at Beyond Glaze. It was a great time spent with my daughter.
When shooting film I have thus far not bothered to scan the film. I figure if I wanted it in digital form, I’d have been better served by just shooting with the digital camera since I’d avoid film costs, processing expense, and the hassle (or cost) of scanning the film. Instead, if I shoot slide [...]
I was really excited for one of the shots I captured using the Mamiya C220 and Ilford HP5+ 400 black and white film, while out in the west desert with my boys. We were surrounded by many amazing-looking, gnarled trees and I wanted to capture the feeling of being there. The sun was setting into [...]