I hardly knew you, but you just weren’t enough for me to consider keeping you on. I had high hopes for a modern, lightweight, mirrorless camera but your interface and outdated, unsupported features that made you so appealing to me just wasn’t cutting it. The software was not supported for MacBook nor the bluetooth/wifi connectivity.
Low light shooting in Manual mode produced way too much noise and grain that I thought I was working with a Nokia 600 camera phone from the early 2000’s. I shouldn’t have to rely on your Scene modes that does the work for me. No thanks.
I spent last weekend in Dallas/Denton Texas at the 10th annual Polacon hosted by the Instant Film Society. Good people down there and it felt great to get out and explore new towns while doing photowalks too.
I bought my first tobacco pipe almost two years ago but noticed shortly after that the varnish was getting worn. I finally decided to strip, sand, shape, stain, coat and polish and I couldn’t be more pleased with the results.
I haven’t been to a photography conference since creating my own in Houston 12 years ago. This year I am headed to Dallas, Texas to attend the Instant Film Society’s Polacon. It will be great to attend an event with like-minded people to learn, share and grow. I’m stocked up on Polaroid film, Fuji Instax Wide film and I’ll even bring Sonya!