Category Archives: photography
Almost a year has passed since this event which was supposed to be the Stanley Cup Final 2011 in Vancouver and became widely known as Vancouver Riot 2011. I was there among the 155,000 people. I am no Canucks fan, … Continue reading
Today is a good day to mention Pentax. Read on to find out why. When most people think of dSLRs (digital Single Lens Reflex cameras, the brands that come first to mind will be Canon, Nikon and maybe Sony, though … Continue reading
One interesting topic somewhat relevant to photography is lateral dominance. Basically it is the spatial asymmetry of brain functions leading to certain handedness for instance. It is well know most people (up to 90%) are right-handed and this is linked … Continue reading
Have you ever tried to run a google search for “genius or fool”. Do it! You might be surprised with the result (or not). The first result links to a 300+ posts discussion about Ken Rockwell. Every “serious” photography website … Continue reading
When browsing photography forums quite often one can encounter thorough posts discussing advantages of one (expensive) system over another. One example of such posts is people ditching a certain camera in favor of another “better” one. Quite often people who … Continue reading
Anyone who enjoys hiking in the wild and the National Parks and photography should read this post. Photographer Andrew Kane was following a coyote in the woods of Yellowstone and bumped into a “Canon-fanboy” (by the judgement of many of … Continue reading
The Atlantic has published a photographic essay on Russia’s space program including a few spectacular long exposure images from space. I hope you will enjoy the viewing as much as I did.