It’s a good thing the RIT Big Shot took place earlier in the evening because shortly after it was all over a storm moved through the area so quickly and forcefully it felt like a hurricane. I took the (rare) opportunity of being out alone and with my camera to attempt some lightning shots. Boy am … Continue reading
I made it to the 27th RIT Big Shot last night. The venue would have been perfect for the whole family this time but we felt everybody is still a little young to be out that late during the week since so they had to sit this one out. This is hands down the most people … Continue reading
I made it to the 26th RIT Big Shot tonight at the Strong National Museum. They had it online almost before I got home. I was pleasantly happy with the results: UPDATE: The Democrat and Chronicle has posted a short video and a write-up. Both worth checking out.
Took a little walk with my Camera and MonoPod tonight. It was my first time using a Monopod and it’s alright, but I couldn’t drag the shutter as much as I wanted to so I had to crank the ISO a bit more than I’d like for pictures like these. Ahh well, turned out ok … Continue reading
The plans to rip up Broad Street and reconstruct the original Canal Aqueduct over the river are progressing. I’ve mentioned the plans before and I’ve always thought it was kind of a neat idea but never thought it would get anywhere. Now that it seems to be getting some traction it deserves more thought. I … Continue reading