In the first part of this series, I looked at some of the theoretical aspects of UI design and some of the bigger picture concepts. This time, I’m going to look at the evolution of Canon’s film SLR UI as it developed into their earliest DSLRs and how those designs became the stepping stones for […]
Part 1 of the a multi-part series on the evolution of the interface of DSLR and mirrorless cameras. This part focuses on the theoretical and philosophical design philosophies rather than specific cameras and changes.
The distance scale has long been a useful tool for photographers since it provides a good deal of information about depth of field and focusing quickly and easily. Though it could be argued that autofocus has diminished the need for a distance scale it continues to grace most mid- and higher-end lenses, though in its […]
I had the opportunity to photograph the only flying B-25H Mitchell medium bomber while it was in town over the weekend. While not quite as impressive in terms of size and noise as the B-17 I photographed last year, it was no less an awesome experience. The Barbie III is operated by History Flight and […]
I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to photograph the Liberty Belle, one of the 15 remaining Boeing B-17 bombers that is still flying, when it visited Fort Lauderdale’s Executive Airport this last weekend. Awesome, would be a good way to describe it. A bit of history; On September 9, 1944 the 390th Bomb […]