I love vintage manual focus lenses. I'm actually in the process of writing a three part article just about vintage lenses. They are cheap, they work excellently, and they're built better than their modern equivalents. In short, they are one of the best investments into photography gear you can make. My most recent purchase is a Canon 50mm f3.5 Macro lens for the old FD mount, and this is my review using it with Fujifilm cameras.
I HATE camera bags. Genuinely, I do. They are made of nylon or polyester sewn together in dark places in the world where people aren't treated very well. They also don't look very good and scream out to potential thieves that you're carrying around a lot of high end camera gear. They also have a tendancy to try to look futuristic or tactical, which isn't really my cup of tea to be honest.
Nowadays, you can get a great camera from just about any camera manufacturer. Photographers really are spoiled for choice when it comes to picking a camera system. So, when it came time for me to choose a camera system, I chose Fujifilm. This blog post is an explanation as to why.
Why not buy a cell phone case that is designed and made in America, looks great, and will take a serious beating?
Hi. My name is John H. Moon III and you’ve stumbled upon my website.
I figured I’d start off by telling you what this is and why it’s here. This website is devoted to promoting my photography, photography in general, and stuff made in America. That’s it.