A few months ago, I had the opportunity to travel to Japan. Photographically speaking, it was clear that a mobile telephone camera or other ‘small sensor’ camera would not be desirable, and this left me with essentially choosing between my Nikon D70S and Nikon D700. Although the D70S had probably the more appropriate lens for travel… Continue reading Japan with a 50 mm lens
Around this time of year, it’s customary in many places for people to exchange greetings and gifts in an atmosphere of general goodwill rather than any Christian context. Christmas has become increasingly secular over the years. It seems that some people are keen to remove Christ from life more broadly, such as we see in the advocacy… Continue reading Christmas 2015
People new to SLR and DSLR photography can be taken aback by the seemingly high price of lenses. It can be difficult to appreciate the cost of designing and producing a piece of equipment that, from the outside at least, seems rather simple. LensRentals has published a teardown article for the new Canon EF 35 mm… Continue reading Canon EF 35 mm f/1.4 II teardown
Last month, I ended my long association with Rhee Tae Kwon-Do under Master Chong Chul Rhee. I am now associated with First Tae Kwon Do, which is based in South Australia under Master Vernon Low.