The camera and lens combination for this experiential review is my Sony A6500 mated to a Contax G 45mm f/2.0 rangefinder lens. Unlike other vintage lenses, this combination requires the … Continue reading Perspective: Contax G 45mm + Sony A6500
On December 30, 2019, I found this piece entitled “This 4k Video Shows What A Backdraft Looks Like In Slow Motion” an interesting read. Here’s an excerpt: If you stop … Continue reading A Backdraft in Slowmo
A while ago, I completed an intensive technical certification program. The quality instructor guided a wide range of participants from recent college grads to seasoned folks like me through the … Continue reading Value, return and the liberal arts
Each year I build a monthly calendar of my favorite travel/place-related photographs. This is the photo I selected last year to reflect this month, so in essence a look back … Continue reading Remembering Southern California, 2019 #lookback
The camera and lens combination for this experiential review is my Sony A6500 mated to a Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8 lens with a native E-mount. I am not a pixel-peeper; … Continue reading Perspective: Zeiss Touit 32mm + Sony A6500
North Dakota, 1980s. Chuck Klosterman and I were both in high school on the high plains (and a little over 110 miles apart). Mitch Gallagher had just graduated a few … Continue reading Vintage synth journey
Each year I build a monthly calendar of my favorite travel/place-related photographs. This is the photo I selected last year to reflect this month, so in essence a look back … Continue reading For December, remembering Chicago 2018 #lookback
If you’ve ever seen my office (shown in the photo above), you’ll find that it is filled with gizmos, toys, musical instruments, gadgets, books and a variety of odd and … Continue reading Has my office gone Hollywood?
About a year or so ago, I stumbled across a blog post by Dan Bieler, Principal Analyst at Forrester, who resurfaced an often missed truth: “innovation requires a culture of … Continue reading Natural Triad: Innovation, Diversity & Inclusion
Don’t know what to do with an old lava lamp? How about several? A while back I found this piece entitled “Fluid Dynamics: How a Wall of Lava Lamps Helps … Continue reading Lava Lamps & Encryption
I own a Fotodiox Pro Fusion mk II autofocus adapter and use it with a handful of compatible Nikon autofocus lenses. The adaptor has developed an dark history that is … Continue reading Fixing a bricked Sony A6500
Back in 2008, I authored a set of cloud/SaaS-focused articles for the higher education online magazine, The Greentree Gazette. In the four-part series, I explored the potential shift of a broad range … Continue reading All that matters is getting things done.