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Why Your Next Camera Should Be Mirrorless
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote the article below citing four reasons your next camera should not be mirrorless and asked readers what they thought. It got a lot of readers and more than a few comments. Most of the comments were favorable. I am assuming they were from photographers who still shot with traditional DSLR cameras.
Every Time Something Happens, Normal Changes Forever
Do you remember when a loved one was flying to your city for a visit? You would drive to the airport and wait at the gate when they stepped off the plane. If you spent much time in an airport, you saw those joyous reunions at almost every gate. My wife used to travel a lot and more often than not, I would be the first person she saw when she left the jetway.
4 Ways to Increase Your Engagement on Social Media
Recently, I wrote a piece on how to grow your social media. I won’t give anything away. The link is in my profile if you want to read it.
In Photography, What is ISO?
The history Remember film? If you took photographs way back in the dark ages, you remember buying film. It came in a box, probably yellow, but possibly green and it had a big number on it; 100, 200, 400, etc.
Newlywed Guy’s Guide to Marriage
If you’ve just gotten remarried for the second or tenth time, you can stop reading. You already know this stuff. Or do you? If you already knew these things, you might still be with your first wife.
On the Road in a ’57 Chevy
I was watching a guy load his two kids in his SUV the other day at the mall. He helped them into the back seat and made sure they buckled up. He watched as one pulled down the video screen from the ceiling, put on his Wi-fi enabled noise-canceling headphones, and started watching a movie. The other one took out a tablet and began playing a video game. Dad smiled at his children and carefully closed the back door. He hopped in front, buckled up, started the engine, cranked up the air, and off they went.
When You Should Just Tell Yourself No
I rarely have a problem saying no to other people. Sorry, I don’t have time right now. I would, but I’ve got that thing to do with that stuff. Someone will ask me if I can do something, I look at my to-do list and just can’t fit it in.
The Only Self-Help Advice You Will Ever Need
I remember back when they had things called bookstores. I would wander through, gaze at the different genres and be amazed at how many books there would be on a single subject. There might be twenty books about alpaca farming. How did anyone ever sell the second book about alpaca farming? Was there anything new to learn?