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Would you like to write about dSLR cameras/ photography and help contribute to this blog? I am looking for someone to help me out with writing articles / blog posts for this blog, Picturing Change, about the latest dSLR cameras and accessories. This blog reaches a wide, always-growing audience of dSLR photography enthusiasts, and this […]

Several weeks ago I wrote a post previewing the Canon EOS 6D, based on its specs and information available at its announcement. I’ve now had some hands-on time and have done significant research on the camera and its functions and features as I work on my latest e-book camera guide Canon 6D Experience. So now […]

“Despite all he accomplished, it feels like he was just getting started.” – Bob Iger I’ve admired Steve Jobs for about as long as I can remember, and can even recall being inspired by his story at the time of his first Time magazine cover back in 1982, when I was merely twelve. I now […]

I am in the process of transferring my blog from WordPress to my own website here.  Please excuse the re-construction process. Various links in these posts may not yet be operating properly. Please let me know if you find an important link that is broken, and view the Categories on the left of the screen […]

Camera equipment may be of little concern to those who lost family members, friends, homes, and possessions in the earthquakes and tsunami disaster in Japan. As far as I have read, Nikon did suffer the loss of at least one employee. As manufacturing companies Canon, Nikon, Sony, and others report that they are working to […]

Thanks to all my blog visitors over the year!  I hope you continue to come back in 2011 for more insights about photography, equipment, and the photographic creative process. The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The […]

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I can see in my blog statistics that a lot of interesting searches regarding cameras, photography, and humanitarian photography lead people to my blog.  But I don’t get a lot of comments yet so I don’t know how well I’m solving people’s problems, answering their questions, and entertaining them. So let me know what you […]