It has been a while since I have posted here. I had the best intentions of crafting my new Web site format in a different location, perfecting it, and then replacing the Web site here overnight. Sometimes, life has other plans! I’ve been trying to give Light’s Edge Studios the space it needs to really showcase the range of skills and abilities I’ve developed over the last nineteen years, and the quality services I provide using my experience.
Photographically that includes everything from mulltimedia storytelling, book publishing, wedding and celebration photography, professional and personal portraiture, and of course my roots in natural history: landscapes and wildlife. But to make all those images, videos, and books, I had to develop other skills along the way, such as fine art inkjet printing, and what better place than here to offer to consult on photographic technique, issues, equipment maintenance as well as equipment selection. I’ve used several cameras and lenses over time. Recently, I sold my Micro Four-Thirds system and I’ve begun to work with a Fuji X-E1. I have more thoughts on that camera to share, but suffice to say that over the years, several people have asked me “what camera should I buy?” and I am more than happy to ask about their needs and wants in equipment. I then narrow a list of options for them from hundreds to choose from to a selection of two or three.
To be sure, there will be more adjustments and edits in the coming weeks, but for the most part, the web site is up and running, which means I can returned to regularly scheduled blogging!