Resolution

In Thoughts & Theory by DavidLeave a Comment

The coming of a new year always brings with it the idea of a clean slate, a new starting line. The notion of resolution is nothing new – not pixels per inch but a decision to will ourselves into change (usually short-lived, the life-span of the average resolution is about 4 weeks, less if it’s fitness-related, and even less if …

Working Bag/Belt System

In GEAR, Travel by David2 Comments

There’s been alot of chatter here on PixelatedImage:blog about camera bags recently. Mostly it’s my insane search for the perfect travel bag (getting my gear there without ever having to check it). But I have been pretty careful to delineate between bags that work for travelling TO a gig and a system that works once there. Until recently it was …

Because Vincent LaForet Says So.

In GEAR by David9 Comments

Vincent LaForet was in Vancouver this fall with the Canon CPS Expo. He gave a very inspiring talk, and in the course of the lecture unloaded a few gems that put words to some ideas I’d been mulling around. A side comment he made while discussing lens behaviour was that the Canon 70-200/2.8L IS lens was the single most versatile …

Returning From Assignment

In Assignments, Awards & Accolades, News & Stuff, Travel by David6 Comments

It’s been a long three weeks. I had honestly hoped I’d have some time and internet access and be able to get a post or two in before I returned, but it’s just not been possible. I’m in Frankfurt now, with another 4 hours of layover ahead of me before beginning the final leg of the journey. I’ve had a …