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The Nikon 50mm lens I use has the potential to be a versatile lens. A photographer could create a lot of different types of photography with this lens. The lens has a lot of potential. I can’t recall exactly why I decided to add this piece of equipment to my camera bag. If I had to guess I would imagine it was due to the fact that the lens has an f-stop… Read More

One of the tools I use most often is my Nikon 300mm lens. I have had this model so long I don’t think Nikon makes it anymore. It doesn’t appear on their website. I am in no hurry to “upgrade” to the new model of the same 300mm lens because the lens I have does everything I ask of it and then some. Why I Use A Nikon 300mm Lens. The most… Read More

As a photographer I use three types of cameras. I use DSLR camera bodies. Mirrorless cameras are also a tool a frequently use. And for specialty projects I use GoPro Cameras. I use Nikon Cameras I am not a fan of the camera wars arguing over what camera manufacturing brand is the best. I also think we are way past the days of looking at how many megapixels a camera has. Most… Read More

One type of question people like to ask about any activity they are interested in is what kind of gear do they need or what is good. I completely understand the impulse to ask this question and I have probably asked it myself in many venues. However, it is a very difficult question to answer for a variety of reasons. One reason it is hard to answer is that photography is a… Read More

The other day I was out creating some photography. My goal for the day was flower and macro photography with some scenic shots mixed in. I used four different cameras over the course of the day. One of which came in handy in a way I was not expecting. When I set out to take photographs and I have a goal in mind, I take the gear I need to create those… Read More

In my previous article I talked about my training run out on the Hyner View Trail Challenge course. In that article I also shared some of the photographs I took during that run. This is a direct followup to that article. As a photographer and creator who combines that work with my running and just being out in nature in general there is a fraught relationship between getting out into nature the… Read More

Sometimes I feel like I’m the luckiest person in the world. I have gotten to do so many things that make me happy and make life worth living. Somehow I was fortunate enough o break out of my shell and meet this great group of people that call themselves runners. I have fallen in with this group of people and we enjoy life together running and non-running alike. We have developed this… Read More

The winter weather in Upstate, NY has been a bit brutal in January. I was really hoping for a milder winter like we have had the past few years during which to train for my first trail marathon and 50k. Last week I ran my long run of 14 miles on a treadmill. Something I never thought I would do. This week I was determined to run outside. Yesterday the temperature was… Read More

Monday was my first day of training for the Worlds End 50k in June. Lets just say it was sub optimal conditions. The weather here in New York has been below freezing almost every day for over a week now. Today was no different. I really did want to capture some sort of footage of my first training run to share with you all though. However it was way to cold to… Read More

I have talked a lot about various goals I have and things I have done. Lately that has mostly pertained to running. I’m here to tell you, as if you didn’t know, that goals do not have to only pertain to your running or athletic ventures. It is always good to be setting goals for anything that is important in your life where you would like to accomplish something. I have many… Read More

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