What I’m doing with my photography right now…
Enjoying using my Ricoh GX100 at 35mm focal length, the field of view that has always felt “normal” for me with film and digital compact cameras. The GRD III is fantastic but sometimes its 28mm is a little too wide and/or distorted.
Shooting exclusively in 4:3 aspect ratio for the foreseeable future, another way of simplifying my photography. If I can’t quite yet commit to cameranogamy, I can make the three I have as consistent and invisible to use as possible.
Making physical prints of some of my photographs, and trying out a couple of instant options at local stores, to see how 8″ x 6″ photographs come out.
Also enjoying studying Thirty Six Views Of Mount Fuji by Hokusai and being very impressed by the compositions.
Continuing Sundays Unplugged to spend more time with my family.
Trying different publishing frequencies with 35hunter, including a week streak.
Updated Wed 9 May 2018
(The idea for this page came from the frequently inspiring Derek Sivers.)