I look at the last manual focus and first autofocus cameras made by Minolta.
Germany's phoenix city rose from the ashes of World War 2 to become a celebration of Saxon culture and architecture.
My new favorite camera doesn't have many bells or whistles.
Shooting just one roll of film in a town packed to the brim with natural beauty and historical significance.
Looking at the (almost) pro spec film body from Nikon at its height of power.
Taking a look at a modern recreation of the first photographic lens produced in 1839.
A beautiful Saxon town on the border between Germany and Poland boasting centuries of pristine architecture.
My latest review for Casual Photophile, which looks at the best-selling camera produced by the USSR.
Revisiting old photos taken on a visit to America's biggest battlefield.
One tiny village in eastern Saxony helps me save two-weeks worth of film work.
Black and white images from Berlin, Hamburg, Berchtesgaden and Dresden.
After the county fairs are over, the best of the best gather in Doswell to celebrate Virginia's argricultural heritage.
A personal exploration of one of the East Coast's most unique and intriguing strip of beaches.
No longer the town that Crash Davis called home, Durham and Raleigh are bustling centers of the modern South.
Capturing the remaining landmarks of the former East German government using film that expired in the same year as the DDR.
An engagement photo shoot at Garden of the Gods in Colorado.
The terminally cool city with too much to do and too much to see. What an awesome problem for a traveler to have...
Remembering the battle that went so poorly for the Union that Abraham Lincoln told Grant to lie about the casualty figures.
With a gorgeous Charlottesville in the background, this wedding packed a lot of class into a small package.