Acutely aware of the recent relative slugishness of my blog a loading time, I have just spent a couple of days trying to optimize and streamline it. I hope it will have improved things a bit. Of course we are talking about shaving milliseconds here and there. Yes, you read that right: milliseconds. But in…Details
After owning the beast for a couple of months, here’s my initial Canon 7D review. The Canon EOS 7D was launched last year in the wake of a fury of new cameras by Canon and other brands. It would seem that technology is evolving so fast that manufacturers are forced to flood the market with…Details
High Dynamic Range Photographs have been at the core of my photographic efforts for the last 4 years. I wrote a tutorial about that long ago when I started playing with the trendy dark art of High Dynamic Range Photography: HDR 101 Or how to spend way too much time on a computer. Since the…Details
Marie unknowingly illustrates patience on a rusty Red Hook door. As Jean-Charles, my rather esoteric and enlightened English teacher once wrote for me in our 1984 Commercial Pilot graduation album, "Seek and you shall find, knock and it shall be opened unto you." I am still knocking all around. If some doors have gaped slowly…Details
Bizarre encounter with a friendly stranger on a Red Hook dock,
also chronicled here.
Entre chien et loup, from across the river at the Brooklyn Bridge Park, a river flowing strong at our feet and the urban air filled with playful sounds and smells of picnic and content, we saw Manhattan pretend to fall asleep as shadows took over a busy day and drafted the mood for later matters.…Details