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  1. Full Frame vs Micro Four Thirds

    I apologize, that was a click bait title and a very dirty trick. Especially because the two can’t really be compared any more than you can compare a pickup truck and a passenger sedan. You are in the market for either one or the other. One will work for your…


  2. Backyard Buck

    A few months ago, during the mating season, I came across a ten point buck and a doe in my backyard. The two hung around for about two full days before moving on. I live in “Bucks County”, so it is quite common, but I’ve never had this big of…


  3. Wildwood New Jersey

    Wildwood Sign - Handheld -  ISO 800 |  1/20 | F2.8 Spent a week in North Wildwood New Jersey at the end of August. This was the first time I left the big expensive full frame Canon and “L” lenses at home and instead only brought the Lumix GX9. Granted,…


  4. Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania

    Pine Creek Gorge - ISO 200 | 1/180 | F8 Back in May I went hiking at Pine Creek Gorge, otherwise known as ”The Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania”. It’s located in Tioga State Forest in North-Central Pennsylvania and spans 3 counties starting near Wellsboro, PA. The town is very quaint…


  5. Reminisce

    Reminisce - 1/250 | F/4.5 | ISO 400 Two older gentlemen reminiscing at a graduation event last week. Shot with the Panasonic GX9 and kit lens 12 - 60.


  6. A Walk Around The Bryn Athen Cathedral with the Panasonic GX9

    Normally I shoot a Canon 5D MK II, but it is quite heavy to lug around and “looks” like a pro camera.  Not only does the size get you noticed, but it also makes it very hard to carry discreetly. Whenever I take it with me, I feel like I…


  7. Down the Shore Photography

    People from Philadelphia say they are going, “Down the Shore”, when they talk about going to the beach on vacation. I’ve never understood why they phrase it this way, growing up, we always said we were “going to the beach”.  I went “Down the Shore” a few months ago and…


  8. Landscape Photography with The Tamron SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD

    Went fishing at Core Creek Park a few weeks ago and brought along the Tamron SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD. Since I mostly shoot Canon these days, I never really had the desire to pick up a Tamron. I ended up with it on a whim a while back…


  9. The Dunes in Lavallette NJ

    Shot from our beach house this summer in Lavallette, NJ.  $1000 fine if you’re caught on the dunes! But you can buy a print for much less ;)   


  10. Selling Prints on Fine Art America

    Over the years, I’ve belonged to many different websites related to photography. Most of the websites were portfolio based sites designed to showcase your work. Sites like Photoblink, 500px, Flickr, Tumblr, etc. You get the idea. During this time I’ve also had my own portfolio website (no not this one)…


  11. Fishing At Tyler State Park

    Green Morning - Samsung S8 Edited in Snapseed Overgrown - Samsung S8 Edited in Snapseed Finally had some time to get out fishing this Spring / almost Summer. Both shots were taken at Tyler State Park. “Green Morning” was taken just off the Neshaminy Creek, while “Overgrown” was shot later…


  12. Galaxy S8 Landscape Photography

    “The best camera is the one you have with you.” …..is a phrase you will see in photography gear forums all over the internet. However, it doesn’t hurt if the camera you have with you is pretty damn good. The Galaxy S8 is one of the best point and shoot…


  13. Bowman’s Hill Tower & Wildflower Preserve

    I spent most of this past week working on editing some photos. One of the groups of photos I edited was from Bowman’s Hill Tower in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Spent a few hours this past fall climbing the tower and hiking in the area, mainly in Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve.…


  14. Cuttalossa Farm & Mill

    The Cuttalossa Farm is located in Solebury Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Sometimes you just have to take a day off from work and go for a drive down a winding dirt road. I had seen many photographs of this mill over the years but never knew the name. A few…


  15. Morning Walk at The Churchville Nature Center

      The other morning while running errands, I drove by the Churchville Nature Center and decided to stop for a few minutes to check out the garden area. I always end up here in the colder months and the garden area is pretty bare as a result. I had only planned…


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