The National Memorial for Peace and Justice

In January, my wife and I took our family on a driving tour of civil rights sites throughout the Southeastern US. The tour took us to Atlanta, Georgia as well as Birmingham, Selma, and Montgomery Alabama. There were many stirring and sobering moments throughout the trip, but nothing affected me so profoundly as visiting the … More The National Memorial for Peace and Justice

Another nice Zeiss: Two years with the Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8

When I first moved into the Fuji world with the purchase of my X-T1, I was immediately on the hunt for a 50mm equivalent prime lens. This was one of those rare areas where there was a legitimate choice to be made: at the time you could go with Fuji’’s excellent XF35mmf/1.4R, or you could … More Another nice Zeiss: Two years with the Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8

Sweet 16

I’ve already written about the importance of wide-angle lenses in my shooting. I love the perspective they can give, and I even love the way they can bend reality a bit to give it a new look. The 24mm focal length is a classic wide-angle lens in the old 35mm full-frame kit. With a field … More Sweet 16

Happy New Year!

So another trip around the sun has passed. Not quite a year ago I made a vague commitment on this blog to posting more frequently. In some sense I upheld that, given that I posted more this past year than ever before. But I didn’t get anywhere near where I should have. My goal for … More Happy New Year!