Very saddened to hear of the passing of legendary UF PJ professor, Fred Parrish. (Photo: @PollerPhoto
So this is what we are watching, apparently. Unbelievably violent. (H/T @LukasKawerau
Some kinda crazy Italian sporting/fighting event happening not three blocks from our AirBnB in Florence:
People protesting opening of a McDonalds in historic section of Florence, Italy uncork brilliant Photoshop'd visual:
Trump campaign treasurer be like
A fan DEVOURED my book. Literally.
Just passed this open-air cyc-wall studio in DUMBO area of NYC. It's like Brooklyn to the Brooklyn power.
Getting damn tired of losing to @benhobby
For anyone wondering, here is the original post for the pic below (was all natural light):
Not just Photoshop: New reports that McCurry was meticulously staging "moments" for NatGeo writingthroughlight.com/news/editorial…
Muhammad Ali dodges 21 punches in 10 seconds. #TheGreatest
Uber, but for having desperate human beings locked in cages because they slightly inconvenienced you for a second.
Congrats to my awesome daughter @hobby_emily
and her wonderful friend @Louieredlowe
. #WLHSGrads @wildelakesga
This octopus at an aquarium in Auckland, New Zealand, possesses a special talent.
My kit for soccer Sat. Even w/extra body, 85-300 eq. lens, TC14, tons o' batts & USB power bank, it's like cheating.
The force is strong with this one bit.ly/1TNYeib
You'd think workers at @BHPhotoVideo
would by now have learned not to ask for better working conditions. #BHExposed
First day out w/ Fuji 100-400, in the woods behind the house. Today's catch: a spike buck & red-tailed hawk chicks:
This extended Game of Thrones BTS for S06E05 (spoilers, OBVIOUSLY) includes some cool lighting tidbits, too:
Had forgotten when I posted the 14mm sale earlier, but Fuji used one of my photos in their brochure for this lens:
Why I love the 14mm/2.8 (21 eq):
1. Very small/lightweight
2. Tack sharp
3. Fast at f/2.8
4. Remarkably rectilinear
Yo, Fuji shooters: 14mm/2.8 Aspherical, my favorite WA lens, is on sale for *45%* off today: strobist.blogspot.com/2007/01/bits-a…