Another entry for my #SeattlePlayedOut collection.
I’ve just bought my second “travel” tripod and I spent far more than I was expecting. the Benro TAD28C ended up being my primary tripod due to it’s well rounded feature set, despite it's size.
JJC, Haoge and Vello have come to market with their own line of metal lens hoods that closely match Fujifilm’s optional designs but significantly undercutting them on price. I review three of them.
A few weeks ago, I went to my local camera store to check out the X-H1 when it was released. Based on my 20-25 minutes with it, here’s what I found:
Beginning with a Fujifilm X-T20, a cold, wet November hike to photograph Twin Falls enlightened me to the benefits of a weather sealed camera. It was then durability surpassed convenience in priority and I bought my Graphite Silver Edition X-T2. 90 days later, I feel I’ve spent enough time with it to render a proper judgment, so here’s my own review of what I’ve experienced and ultimately learned.
Jay and I went to check out the Hoh Rainforest and added a stop for Rialto Beach. We left at 8am and spent over 4 hours on the road. As we got to Forks, we realized we hadn't given ourselves enough time to get anything done. So instead of doing everything half-assed, we limited the... Continue Reading →