The fellas from FunkyFight.com and I headed to downtown to Portland for some late night, long-exposure shenanigans. We all got some great shots out of it but that also meant standing next to a tripod for extended periods while the bitter winter wind froze our toes. As usual, it was totally worth it.Read More»
Hooray for me!
WeddingWire, the nation’s leading wedding technology company, is thrilled to announce Sky Blue Iris Photography has been selected to receive the prestigious annual WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards™ 2011 for Wedding Photography!Read More»
These free, high quality papercraft Canon cameras, created by Canon in celebration of the 50 year anniversary of their SLR line, are straight up BOSS. I love papercraft and I love cameras so this is probably going to fill up a lot of my precious free time for the next few months. Not to mention there are about 15 pages of printouts and 15 pages of instructions per camera so, man, gonna take a while. I’ll definitely post pics as they’re built and completed!Read More»
I said IT’S JUST FOR OLD PEOPLE GRANDPA… no, NO…. THE CAMERA IS FOR YOU!…… NO, IT’S NOT “DIGICAL” IT’S GOT FILM AN-… NO THERE’S NO “WIRES” OR “SOFTWARES” IT’S-….. JUST TAKE IT… TAKE IT AND STOP CALLING ME TO TEACH YOU HOW TO CHECK EMAIL EVERY SUNDAY AT 7AM.
You know, not to brag or anything but all the seniors in my life seem to be able to operate their “scary future technology” cameras just fine.
So I was previously unaware of JUST how complex the human iris is, I mean I knew it must be pretty complicated in there but up this close it’s the most amazing thing I’ve seen ever ever. Seriously.