Oooops, last month was one of my least prolific in terms of published posts in a while. The reason was my limited time was focused on a total overhaul of the website. I have had some positive comments about the new look and there is still more left to do. Today, I noticed that a viewer did not get a proper response when they searched on ‘endorsement’, well the wordpress search engine is not that good and after some reseach we now have a new engine powering your searches.
The adage, ‘Man plans and God laughs’ impacted me in a hard way in waining days of Feb. My day job as a Senior Manager at one of the world’s Top 50 companies came to an unexpected close after 15 years. I am still recovering from the vapors of the moment. Yet, I have spent the last four years working and investing passionately, late into the night, weekends and vacations on all things Photography . Hopefully I’ll be able to translate some of my self rewarding and sharing efforts into a commercial endeavor.
One last treat, I will hopefully be seeing the new Nikon D4s in a week or so. In order to make room for the body, I have plans to sell my D3 and D3s bodies, chargers, RRS plates. If interested please contact me before they end up on E-BAY
I would encourage you to look at the site endorsement tab and I’d be thankful if you could fill out the endorsement form and be part of feedback loop to others in our community about what FritzImages is all about.
recalled some of my workshop training about your subject not needing to be in focus. So I used that knowledge as I watched this couple spontaneously do a Twirl and Jump around the sandy colored bench near the gulf side ocean in St. Petersburg. The image is also a bit of voyeurism as we are veiled behind […]
t’s interesting and fun sometimes to just take that camera of yours and just go outside early and walk. The goal, find some object, some thing, that the rest of the world takes for granted and shoot the hell out of it. Find a perspective that makes it unique to you and play with it. […]
was just thinking about how the fledglings are doing since my trip to the Venice Rookery in Florida a few weeks ago. The little guys have a low survival rate, there were four chicks in the nest the day before. Predators, illness, sibling rivalry all contribute to the perils of making it in the wild. […]
was restless at 3:30 am, don’t know why, and I noticed that the outside of the house was much brighter than the inside darkness. The outside light was coming from a full moon setting, which was also illuminating the frozen lake ice. Cool I thought ! Then it was a quick decision to forgo rustling […]
hen your shooting plans start to fall apart due to rain and bad weather, you can option out, or if you are prepared with a rain jacket for you and your gear, you can start hunting for a different type of image. I find rainy weather provocative. Time seems silenced by the rain or mist. […]
his is one bird that you do not see in upstate New York. It is a large ugly looking critter but an Anhinga inflight is a bit more graceful than it is walking around with its duck feet on land. The unofficial name for the bird is the snake bird because of its long S […]
his is a first for my blog. I heard about a unique place in Lakeland. FL for wildlife images and the reports were true. During the coarse of the two days that I spent there, I was able to get my glass on fifteen types of birds, a bobcat, an otter, turtle and big […]
read about the Hoodman Lens Cleanse on a blog discussing the training lessons from a class, my friend Vincent Versace had in India, where he recommended this product. I had never heard of it, so I did a bit of research and picked up a bag of them from B&H before my trip to Florida. […]