first up: The Visual Science Lab has just published its 1600th blog post.
That's one thousand, six hundred. That's a lot of words and pictures.
We hope that you've enjoyed it.
Please stick around.
Second up: Those who know me personally know that I'm an overly
protective and involved father. So, I just wanted to share that
Ben has survived having all four of his wisdom teeth removed
and is doing well but tiring of a diet of smoothies, yogurt,
ice cream and mashed potatoes.
I am thrilled he's doing well.
Third up: I am anxious to share what I've been up to with my trip to
Denver, CO. and am waiting to discuss with my corporate
partners just how to handle any announcements. I'll be
conferencing on Thurs. and hope to announce some
fun news, in depth, on Friday.
Fourth up: I hope you saw my announcement that another image of ours
has been published by the New York Times. This is our fifth image for
Zach to grace their pages (or website) and we're proud to have
been part of Zach's national stature. We've been the
production photography resource for the Theatre for
nearly 20 years and have seen so much growth.
It's one of Austin's unsung resources.
Finally: While I am writing reviews of the Olympus EP-5 and
also covering the Samsung NX 300 I wanted to remind everyone
that the cameras are always secondary to the thrill of just being
in the mix of life and taking wonderful images.
If it's daytime outside your window and you happen to
have a browser window open to Amazon or B&H
you might consider just putting that computer to sleep and
heading outside with whatever camera you have at
hand and having yourself an adventure.
My solution is always to find a beautiful friend and make some
pictures. You'll end up liking the experience better