Category Archives: Personal

C.S. Lewis & The Why Of My Photography

In the movie, “The Matrix,” the character known as the Merovingian argues that the only real source of power is knowing the why of things. It is when we understand why we make a choice, or why things happen as they do, that we are best able to embrace the life we live. I’m not...

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    The Time-Traveling Photographer

    One thing I love about photography is the ability to, in a sense, travel back in time. Yes, actual time travel is impossible – not just technologically, but logically; but I digress. Photographs allow us to be transported mentally to a moment that is of value to us. As a photographer that is especially true,...

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      Why You Should Always Attach Your Camera Strap Properly

      Last week I purchased a Nikon D5300, mostly for video work (I’m going to be sharing a lot of new videos this year!) and also as a backup for my D610. I was really enjoying it until Saturday evening when the camera slipped free from the Nikon strap and fell to the floor below. It...

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        A Yomiuri Giants Game at Tokyo Dome

        This past weekend I had the opportunity to go to a Yomiuri Giants game at Tokyo Dome with my oldest daughter and some good friends of ours. We had a blast! As both a photographer and a baseball fan, I thought I’d share the experience through photos and talk about a few of the differences...

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        • Sem'shi les,
          I really enjoy the blog has been created by you.
          because I also really like photography, and I also use a Nikon DSLR ^^^
          and more by chance again, I also love Japanese culture!, because a long time ago i lived in nagoya when elementary school (maybe around 1989 -_-! , just a few months and along with my grandmother, and then come back there about 2 years ago for a vacation.
          with this blog, I can still enjoy that beautiful country, despite not stay there again.
          probably around next year, I’ll be there with my wife..

          I will be a fan of your blog! haha ….ReplyCancel

          • leslieHi Sem, thanks so much for sharing your connection to Japan, and for the kind words. It’s always great to hear from people who read my blog and enjoy my photos. Hope you enjoy your next trip to Japan! 🙂 Thanks again!ReplyCancel

        Storytelling With A Triptych

        I don’t usually share photos of my kids here on my blog, but I wanted to share this triptych that I made recently with my youngest daughter. What is a triptych you ask? A triptych is a series of three photos which have a flow to them in some way, and there are so many...

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