Category: Photography

Logee Photography: DIY Pinhole Lens

Over on my photography blog, I’ve written an easy tutorial on how to build your own pinhole lens for SLRs & micro-four thirds cameras. This inexpensive tutorial is great for those who love to experiment with photographic techniques…. Read More

Homemade Cherry Liqueur

Every summer, I keep a close eye on my mother’s Nanking cherry trees. When the bright red berries have finally soaked up enough sun, I pick the trees clean and either eat them all or force my mother… Read More

Travelling Light (FINALLY)

Being a photographer has one huge con when it comes to travel: it’s nearly impossible to travel light. Usually when I travel, I’m on a mission. It may be that I’ve been hired to be a dig photographer,… Read More

Looking for Lille

In my quest to photograph as many ghost towns as I can find, I kept coming across notes about a little gem called Lille, Alberta. Things looked great for Lille when it was first established in 1901. Within… Read More

Do not praise selfish travelers.

The above screenshot was taken from this article over at Matador Network. The website regularly features travelogues, some international news, and various other travel-related posts. I’ve been following them for a few years now and once in awhile,… Read More

Thor & Mjolnir

Petra & Little Petra

It’s probably my last time visiting Petra. It’s not just because this may be the last year we dig at Umayri in Jordan, but also, after three times visiting Petra, I’ve pretty much seen everything I wanted to… Read More

Beginning of ‘Umayri 2012

It’s been a bit of a whirlwind getting here – with emotions ranging from low to high. It’s been hard to think about how Saxon won’t be there when I get home, but there is a lot going… Read More

Bulgaria Photos!

You’ll see most of these photos again when I do my writeup on September’s camera over on my Logee Photography blog, but here are all of the non-iPhone photos I took while I was in Bulgaria. For those… Read More

Shopping for Housewares and Epic Baked Potatoes

Laura and I left in the evening of the 18th to make our way – fumbling – to Varna. Broken Bulgarian and several scares about being on the wrong bus later, we pulled up in the bus station… Read More