Author Archives: markrindflesh

Fuji v Fuji: What to do?

What next? My primary camera is my X-T2.  My backup camera is my older X-T1.  But if I’m on my bicycle or just want a camera for easy and immediate access that requires no extra thinking about what lens to use, I’ll be holding my X-100F, and it gets a lot of use.  I love […]

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Seeing In Sixes

     July 15, 2016 The magazine LensWork requested submissions from readers for a book titled Seeing In Sixes.  Each submission was to consist of exactly 6 photographs that worked together as a set or told a story.  Fifty sets were to be selected and were to be published as a book in September.  I was […]

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David Kingham

Whitepocket Over the last two years, it has been my great pleasure to participate in several of David’s photography trips.  I’ve been to the Tetons for night photography, the San Juan’s for fall colors, Whitepocket/Paria Canyon/Buckskin Gulch with car camping and, most recently, a back packing trip to Blue Lakes, Colorado.  If I had the […]

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Redux

I’ve continued my reworking of photographs from previous years with an emphasis on my trip to Venice in the early fall of 2011.  At that time, I know I was rendering these images as well as I could.  The same is true today.  I’m trying to obtain the best results possible.  To me, the difference […]

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Perfect Photo Suite 9 from OnOne Software

Most of my work the last two months has been in front of the computer in one way or another.  More often than not, it’s working on photographs I made last year.  I’m still working on some I made during my trips to New York and Colorado in the fall.  But, I’ve also been watching […]

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What Next?

Last year’s project proved to be far more demanding and difficult than I had imagined given my experience in 2012.  But, it proved to be far more rewarding.  In 2012, I thought just shooting and rendering a “thoughtful” photograph everyday was sufficient.  So in 2014 it seemed, “Been there.  Done that.”  I needed something more.  […]

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A Fuji Year

I December last year, I decided to try the new Fuji X-E2.  I’m a sucker for new cameras and lenses and … !!!  But, this camera began a tectonic shift.  I’d always used Nikon DSLR equipment.  But, the X-E2 was smaller and usually provided images that were just as satisfactory as those I got with […]

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Phillips Gallery

  Phillips Gallery Last month I received an invitation from Phillips Gallery to exhibit some of my photographs.  I was quite surprised because the photographs they were interested in exhibiting are not, in any way, the ones most people tell me they like.  Needless to say, I was thrilled to be able to let them […]

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New York City with Leanne Staples

After I decided to spend a week in New York City, mainly for photography and particularly for street photography, I realized I needed a guide.  While I am familiar with the usual parts of the city, I wanted to visit places I couldn’t know about without having the time, months and years really, to explore […]

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One Hundred Days

On December 22nd, 1979, I did not run at all.  The next time a day passed that I did not run was December 31, 1999.  In between, I ran every day.  In 2012 I decided to attempt to transfer that energy to photography.  With considerable doubts, I began trying to create one “thoughtful” image each […]

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