A couple photography links. The first has a nice technique of combining RAW+JPEG to deal with high ISO noise on the E-P1. The second link is a lovely review of the Olympus E-PL2, checkout the nice photography in the review :-). It’s a pleasant change from the regular dpreview style review! The Online Photographer: Can You Get Good ISO 6400 from an Olympus E-P1? http://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/2010/06/iso-6400-from-an-ep1.htmlI’ve just hit upon something rather cool and somewhat unexpected. Some of you will recall a
Two links to Ken Rockwell’s site, both of these articles resonant with me. Regarding the first article, as a somewhat gadget obsessed dude that also like photography I can empathize. I know that some of my best photographs were with relatively ancient cameras; and some of my worst photos have been with the “latest and greatest”. The second article is similar to the first one, except going into a bit more of what really makes for good photography. Article #1
Good work and good play This has been an outstanding week. One of my favorite weeks in a long time. Much of that is due to Samantha. She has been here working and playing alongside me. We’ve been accomplishing a lot and having a grand ol’ time doing it. Warning, there are a LOT of photos in the rest of this post!
Yesterday was the last night of men’s league basketball this season. The league started in March and we had games almost every Tues/Thurs until now. Overall is was a lot of fun and good exercise. We ended up doing fairly well, losing in the semi-finals to a quality team. I’m not sure yet if that team went on to win it all, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they did. It was nice to get reacquainted with some more of