First off, let me give you my photographer’s credentials.
I have none. I am an amateur photographer who loves taking photos as a hobby.
So, what you see here is a result of that interest.
When I was a kid, my folks let me borrow their Kodak Brownie camera to take pictures when we were on vacations.
I bought my first camera when I graduated from high school. I had received some cash for graduation gifts and I put it together to buy an Agfa 35mm Rangefinder camera with a 50mm lens. I used a separate, hand-held, exposure meter to determine my aperture and speed settings for taking the photos.
Over the years, I have taken photos of a myriad number of subjects.
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Bringing a glow to the night
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Marshall Uxbridge Voice
A stylish and powerful compact speaker
Bluesound Powernode 2i (with HDMI): Bodacious sound from a micro-sized box
This self-amplified multiroom music streamer delivers high-res audio experiences that Sonos won’t, but Bluesound’s user experience isn’t nearly as polished.
FOR THE LOVE OF A FILM ROLL
A QUEBEC PHOTOGRAPHER DECIDED TO IGNORE THE MODERN DIGITAL CAMERAS. INSTEAD, HE TURNED HIS EYES TO THE OLD FORGOTTEN CAMERAS. A SMALL ROOM INSIDE OF HIS HOUSE BECAME "THE DARKROOM."
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A LOT OF HEADSETS seem to have at least one or two things that hold them back from being great, either to reduce the cost, or to help one aspect of the headset exceed at the expense of another. The Arctis 9, on the other hand, does everything that is thrown at it very well indeed.
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Audeze Penrose Planar Magnetic Headset $299
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HyperX Cloud Stinger S
Sting like a bee
Mobile Assembly Table
Storage and utility in just the right size.
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