August 21, 2018

The Switch – Nikon D700

5 minute read

At the beginning of July, I commemorated one year with the Fujifilm X100T. Although it is more targeted and limited than an interchangeable-lens (ILC) camera. I really believe this limitation is a huge boon for learning. The rangefinder-styled camera, with a fast fixed-perspective lens, moves without my conscious intervention to capture a fleeting vision, the same way that a spoonful of soup just rises from my bowl and up to my mouth without really registering in my mind. ...

August 12, 2018

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

14 minute read

This summer, I finally pulled the trigger and picked up a Nintendo Switch, so that I could play “Breath of the Wild”. (A friend was kind enough to lend me his copy so that I didn’t need to pay $60 out of pocket.) I know I’m well over a year late to the game, but I still wanted to briefly share my thoughts. TL;DR skip to the conclusion already! Warning: Very minor spoilers below, unless you skip the conclusion. ...

July 4, 2018

One year with Fujifilm X100T

5 minute read

One year ago today, I resumed my long-adjourned photography hobby, with the Fujifilm X100T. There’s two thoughts I’d like to share today. You can see some of my photos at my photo gallery. Fujifilm X100T – a retrospective I still think that the Fuji X100T was one of the best possible cameras I could have picked up at the time. Its great manual controls and compact size made it a great camera for learning and taking everywhere. ...

June 24, 2018

Photoswipe Hugo gallery

3 minute read

As I’ve recently gotten more into photography, I’ve been feeling the dearth of a gallery on this site. While I’ve recently dusted off my Instagram account, I still want to be able to share my better pictures without forcing my visitors to enter Facebook’s internet dragnet. So I started looking at options. The first, and most obvious choice, was to see about whether I could scrape photos or photo links from my Instagram and mirror them here. ...

May 22, 2018

Fuji LH X100 lens hood

2 minute read

In the continuation of my slow but inexorable backslide into the Fuji camera gear universe, I recently picked up a secondhand lens hood for my X100T. Although it was a bit on the expensive side, I figured the construction would be of higher quality and more natural looking (in keeping with the traditional charm of the camera itself). Construction and fit The lens hood system comprises two pieces, and adapter which threads onto the front of the base lens; and the hood itself, which cleverly twists and locks onto flanges on the edge of the adapter. ...

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