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Big Slick 2013 at the Midland Theater

Big Slick event at the Midland Theater. For info on Big Slick, click HERE. To see full gallery on, click HERE.

Big Slick hosts Paul Rudd, Rob Riggle, and Jason Sudekis.
James Marsden and Paul Rudd
Paul Rudd
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudekis.
Samm Levine and Johnny Knoxville rough housing.
Angela Kinsey of the Office with the Perpetual Change's rhythm guitarist Jim Parker.
Jim Parker and Mike Bozzoli of Perpetual Change, the house band!
Rob Riggle closes out the event.

Nikon 85mm 1.8G Quick Review

Just wanted to share my initial thoughts on the Nikon 85mm 1.8G. I just purchased it this weekend and had the chance to take it for a spin last night… Note: This post features a Flash-based slideshow which will not view on Apple mobile products (iPads and iPhones)… (Note that I like to add a… Continue Reading

My wish list, January 2012

With some recent acquisitions—the Nikkor 70-200 2.8 VR 1 and a 32″x40″ Softbox among them—I was thinking about some future items on my list when I decided to write them down. It’s really rather shocking that there are so few items, but what’s even more shocking is the grand total: less than $2500 at the… Continue Reading

Telezooms and Primes

I recently sold my Tamron 70-200 2.8 lens. Optically it was a nice lens, but it was horribly slow at autofocusing, plus on my D700 it would often “freeze” in that I could get no response from it, not be able to shoot at all, so I’d have to turn off the camera, remove the… Continue Reading

Softlighter and Speedlights

Some outdoor test shots in bright daylight (2pm mid-July) with my new 60″ Softlighter (basically an umbrella with a cover to emulate a softbox look) and three Speedlights: one SB-900 and two SB-600s. Featuring the mannequin I acquired a few years ago for practice (Manny). Even though I used no radio/remotes to activate the Speedlights,… Continue Reading

Revamped Website is complete!

Seems like I’ve got the new website complete! This has been a project I’ve been wanting to do for much of the past year, but never had been able to commit all my energy to completely in order to see it through. It basically required me to learn a whole new program, WordPress, and various… Continue Reading