Category Archives: Street Photography

Street Photography in Napier New Zealand

During our fall 2018 trip to the North Island, my wife and I spent about an hour doing some street photography in Napier, New Zealand. The city suffered a catastrophic earthquake on 3 February 1931 which killed 256 residents and injured thousands. It remains as New Zealand’s deadliest natural disaster in history. Continue reading Street Photography in Napier New Zealand

Simple Compositions in Port Dover

A couple of days ago, a friend and I were out attempting to photograph some Sandhill Cranes and other birds in various locations on the north shore of Lake Erie. In the afternoon we ended up in Port Dover where we walked around for about an hour or so capturing images as our spirits moved us. For whatever reason, my eye was drawn to details and patterns, the result being a selection of simple compositions in Port Dover. Continue reading Simple Compositions in Port Dover

A Visit Back in Time at Burkes Pass

During our most recent visit to New Zealand we had the opportunity to drive through the village of Burkes Pass as we were returning from Mount Cook National Park. We arrived at Burkes Pass late in the day after the shops had closed, but still thoroughly enjoyed our colourful ‘visit back in time’. Continue reading A Visit Back in Time at Burkes Pass

A morning walk with Nikon 1 J5

Since it looks like the earthquakes in Japan will be delaying Nikon products for some time to come I purchased a Nikon 1 J5 this week.

I had been waiting for an updated V-series camera to be launched that featured the new 20.8 MP BSI sensor that is in the J5. Since an updated V-series camera will likely be delayed until at least February 2017 I thought it was a good time to purchase a J5.

This article features a few images I took during a morning walk with the Nikon 1 J5 and 1 Nikon 10-100 mm f/4-5.6 zoom lens.

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