Shooting Film. Kodak Tri-X
I really don’t blog enough. I want to blog all the time, but I think I get distracted, or maybe I just really don’t like WordPress. I’ve got so much history here though, it’s a huge undertaking to migrate to another format.
I’ve been shooting film a lot, maybe for 6 months straight, exclusively. I’ve sold off most of my Canon digital lenses. Picked up some Leica lenses to go with my M6 (a 50mm Summicron, and a 28mm Elamrit).
Found Film From The 2005 Fire
Film Photos from an old trip to Niagara Falls.
Contour HD 1080p
HD Action cams are gaining popularity.
Selling my 70-200mm f4 IS?
I’m not using my 70-200 f4 much these days, maybe its time for a break.
Trip to the Dewberry Farm
Tons of photos at the Dewberry Farm
Wedding Shoot: San Antonio Day 2
Shooting a wedding for family this weekend.
I’m still saving like a banshee for a new camera.
Here’s what I have lens wise:
* Canon 50mm f/1.4
* Canon 70-200mm f/4L IS
* Canon 18-55 EF-S
I’m having the darnedest time deciding between a Canon EOS 30d and a EOS 5d. I still shoot film occasionally and want to get into wide angle stuff. To me it seems the full frame 5d is the perfect choice. I could pick up a 17-40mm f4L lens and be in wide angle heaven.
By Michael Palmer
| May 13, 2007
| 1 min read
I’ve had a flickr account for a while now, but I’ve finally start of using it. It’s basically replaced my photoblog. You can see my flickr page here.
Digital Rebel Returned From Service
Geeksquad repaired my 300d.
Canon Digital Rebel
Time for an upgrade on my digital camera.