San Bernardino, CA: Rendezvous Back To Route 66 Returns To Downtown

Posted by on Oct 8, 2017 in art, business, culture, news, photography | No Comments

Judi Penman and her staff at San Bernardino Area Chamber of Commerce put on another great Rendezvous Back to Route 66 event, with static displays of classic cars, food, music and cruising. After a few years of paid admission to see far fewer cars in a nearby parking lot, it’s great to see the event […]

Think Tank Photo: New Spectral Bags Announced

Posted by on Aug 23, 2017 in business, news, photography, travel | No Comments

Think Tank Photo has just announced a new line of shoulder bags for DSLR and mirrorless systems.  The new Spectral shoulder bags feature a Fidlock clasp that enables one-handed access to gear and then locks automatically when closing the flap. An additional zippered closure gives peace of mind while traveling and can be tucked away […]

Nikon Celebtrates 100 Years, Announces Latest DSLR

Posted by on Jul 25, 2017 in business, news, photography, technology | No Comments

Nikon celebrates its 100th anniversary today with the announcement of their latest DSLR, the new D850, a high-speed, high-resolution replacement for the D810. You can read the press release here.

Memorial Day: Remembering Those Who Died While Serving Our Country

Posted by on May 29, 2017 in art, culture, news, photography | No Comments

Each year on Memorial Day I try to visit a national cemetery, whether I am at home on the road. This year I trekked out to Los Angeles National Cemetery for their annual event.

Victorville, CA: The Fairest Of The Fair

Posted by on May 27, 2017 in art, business, culture, photography | No Comments

I make a point of visiting the San Bernardino County Fair each year. It gives me a chance photograph carnival rides against the darkening sky and see families enjoying themselves. It reminds me of growing up in San Diego and visiting the Del Mar Fair every year, though on a much smaller scale. I find […]

Environmental Portrait: A Guy With A Car In A Garage

Posted by on Apr 4, 2017 in business, culture, news, photography, technology | 2 Comments

Sometimes the little guy wins. Colleague Troy Lyman noticed a high incidence of passenger-seat air bag failures on General Motors’ Saturn Sky and Pontiac Solstice vehicles. He crunched the numbers, submitted the information to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and for his trouble will get a recall ordered on the matter. The story […]