One of the benefits of digital photography is that one doesn't need to have a whole kit of lens filters in order to achieve different looks. Most processing can be done in "development" on the computer. But one filter that is still critical for outdoor photography is the polarizing filter. In this article I'll tell you why you need one, link to some further resources, and enter the dark and confusing world of available types, brands and models.
Monday, July 21, 2008
As the keeper of "The Annotated Dalek I Love You Discography" I am proud to announce an update, likely the last significant one the document will have. This follows the overdue digital release of their third lost album Naive. Ninety minutes of new Dalek i material -- could it be true?
Saturday, July 05, 2008
The dead boiler has worked for forty years. Now disconnected, it lies rusting in the old wooden shed, a hiding place for neighbourhood cats. Click on the images to see larger versions in the corresponding Flickr series. Taken with the Vivitar Series 1 105mm, an incredible manual focus lens.
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