Photo Gear: Profoto Introduces B10 OCF

Posted by on Sep 14, 2018 in Photo Gear | No Comments
Photo Gear: Profoto Introduces B10 OCF

Profoto has introduced the B10 Off Camera Flash (OCF). This versatile and powerful light is actually very compact—about the size of a coffee can—yet it provides up to 400 full-power flashes per charge. The B10 OCF comes with a Li-Ion battery, a 3A charger, stand adapter, protective cap and a case. A Duo Kit is also available with includes two heads, double […]

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

Posted by on Sep 3, 2018 in Uncategorized | No Comments
San Bernardino, CA:  Rendezvous Back To Route 66 Returns To Downtown

In backtracking through old posts, I came across some photos from last year’s Rendezvous Back To Route 66, a celebration of cruising culture on the streets of San Bernardino. San Bernardino Area Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Judi Penman and her crew have done a spectacular job in keeping this event alive and bringing new vitality […]

Think Tank Photo: Retrospective v2.0 Released

Posted by on Aug 28, 2018 in Photo Gear | No Comments
Think Tank Photo: Retrospective v2.0 Released

Our friends at Think Tank Photo have just released Version 2.0 of what may be the most popular shoulder bags in photo industry history, the Retrospective V2.0.  The Retrospective V2.0 retain their classic look but include many innovative new features. Keeping the soft, form-fitting design, they are lighter than the original. For greater security, they […]

Highland, CA: Has Winter Finally Arrived?

Posted by on Feb 27, 2018 in Uncategorized | One Comment
Highland, CA:  Has Winter Finally Arrived?

It would appear winter has finally arrived in the Inland Empire. A cold overnight storm left a generous dusting of snow on Harrison Peak, seen from my driveway in East Highlands Ranch as I left for work this morning. Hopefully the storm will be one of many weak ones in the next few days that […]

Environmental Portrait: A Guy With A Car In A Garage

Posted by on Feb 19, 2018 in Environmental Portrait | No Comments
Environmental Portrait: A Guy With A Car In A Garage

Sometimes the little guy wins. Colleague Troy Lyman’s research into failing passenger seat air bag sensors on Saturn Sky and Pontiac Solstice vehicles like his own led the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to open an inquiry. I received a call from photo editor Steve Massie on a Tuesday afternoon, made this and several […]

Website Hacked: Starting Over

Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in Uncategorized | One Comment

My website was hacked. I dumped everything and started over. Not entirely a bad thing, as I hadn’t been feeding the monster (my word) as I should have been and I was ready for a new WordPress template and look for my website anyway. I have lots of old links to posts on Google+ and […]